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Specific yet diverse trainings from NLADA inform, inspire, and empower a wide range of professionals to carry the torch of equal justice in communities nationwide. They provide opportunities for professional and leadership development, for developing substantive legal practice, for skills building, and for obtaining CLE credit. NLADA excels at offering innovative, interactive, faculty-intensive training programs and conferences.

Conferences


May
03
2021 Equal Justice Conference Virtual

Registration is NOW OPEN for the 2021 Equal Justice Conference. Click here to learn more and register.

Jun
14
2021 Holistic Defense & Leadership Conferences Virtual

Join us online this June 14-18 for the Holistic Defense & Leadership Conferences. Our theme will be Reckon & Rise. Stay tuned for more information regarding this event including registration information, featured speakers and conference session information.

Jun
29
2021 Litigation & Advocacy Leaders Conference Virtual

The 2021 Litigation & Advocacy Leaders Conference will take place June 29 - July 1. See our tentative schedule and registration rates! 

Nov
10
2021 Annual Conference Nashville, Tennessee

The 2021 NLADA Annual Conference will take place November 10-13 in Nashville, Tennessee. Stay tuned for updates.

Nov
10
2021 National Farmworker Law Conference Nashville, Tennessee

The 2021 National Farmworker Law Conference will take place on November 10-13 in Nashville, Tennessee. ​Stay tuned for updates regarding this conference. 

Webinars

NLADA hosts webinars that strengthen the work of the civil legal aid and public defender communities.

NLADA records the webinars we host so that people from across our community can take advantage of the ideas and expertise those sessions offer. Most be watched, along with other videos, on our YouTube channel; the sessions on budget advocacy organized in collaboration with American University are hosted on its site.

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Apr
29
Remote Justice: International Perspectives on Video Court

COVID-19 forced courts across the globe to close their physical doors and rely exclusively on video technology for most court proceedings, and numerous countries are considering video as a permanent fixture. Join us for a discussion about the past, present, and future use of video in criminal courtrooms around the world.