Start Date: 11/26/2018 12:00 PM EST
End Date: 11/29/2018 1:00 PM EST
Venue Name: Indiana Government Center South Location:
302 W Washington St
Indianapolis, IN United States 46204
National Association for Public Defense
Click here to register for the Investigator Conference held at the same time and location.
These conferences will feature nationally recognized faculty in a mix of plenary sessions, simultaneous sessions and small group breakouts. Participants will have the opportunity to choose e sessions to best fit their individual needs. There will also be networking opportunities to create relationships to sustain the support provided during the live event.
The schedule and topics in Indianapolis will be very similar to the agenda linked below. Some of the topics offered in break out sessions will differ due to the results of a needs assessment of those who register and faculty strengths.
Click here to see the agenda and faculty for the previous conference in Denver.
You can see the schedule for the Indianapolis Conference as it develops at this link.
Early Bird pricing before July 9
Members - $275
Non Members - $325
Between July 10 - Sept 3
Members - $325
Non Members - $375
After Sept 4
Members - $375
Non Members - $425
This conference will have a similiar structure and many of the same faculty. It will evolve as we survey registrants and make sure it fits your needs.
Confirmed presenters for Indianapolis include:
Beginner and Advanced Level
- Jon Rapping
- Lori James-Townes
- Dani Waller
- Sarah Buchanan
- Sarah Johnson
- Betsy Wilson
- Elisa Quesada
- Stephanne Thornton
Topics will include
Member organizations registering more than 5 people for this conference will receive a discount of $25 per registrant.
We have a room block set up at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown for $119 plus tax a night. Click here to book your room.
- Client Centered Defense Teams
- Reports Writing
- Creating Sentencing Videos
- Working with Experts
- Working on Teams
- Safety in the Field
- Opiates Childhood Trauma
- Investigating Neighborhoods and Poverty
- Secondary Trauma
- Race in the Criminal Justice System
- and more