Public Defender Events

Training is a key component of NLADA's mission to seek justice for all by providing high-quality, cost-efficient legal representation to low-income persons accused of crimes. An experienced and dynamic faculty, carefully selected for each program because of their professional expertise, conducts all of NLADA's trainings. Conferences offer innovations in technology and management techniques and strategies plus specific opportunities to sharpen trial, appellate, and training skills.

Defender Conferences and Training

Oct
31
Partnerships in Federal Funding: Case Studies in Defender/Civil Program Collaboration

This webinar is part of a 5-part series and will showcase successful Defender/Civil program partnerships that are supported with Federal funds. 

Nov
09
Partnerships in Federal Funding: Case Studies in Community Economic Redevelopment
This webinar will showcase successful Community Economic Redevelopment program partnerships that are supported with Federal funds. Presenters will discuss their experience in obtaining funding, challenges and successes of working together, and where their program is going in the future. The information provided will help attendees to understand how they might form their own unique partnerships to leverage resources and gain access to federal funding. This webinar is created as the fifth session in a 5-part series.
Dec
06
2017 Annual Conference
Washington, D.C., at the Renaissance Washington Downtown Hotel

The premier skills-building and knowledge-sharing event for the civil legal aid, public defense, and public interest law communities.

Jan
25
2018 Appellate Defender Training
New Orleans, LA

The National Appellate Defender Training (ADT) offers an intensive, four-day learning experience designed specifically for attorneys who represent indigent defendants in criminal and delinquency appeals in the state and federal court systems.