News & Announcements
PJDC/Loyola Law School Conference on Franklin/Miller/YOPH and Juveniles in Adult Court – February 3, 2017
Registration is now open for the February 3, 2017, conference at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. You can find information on the conference (i.e. speakers, topics, cost, agenda) here. Registration is open to the
Children across the country are routinely denied access to effective lawyers in juvenile court. But, in some places, defenders and advocates are finding creative solutions to ensure children’s rights are fulfilled. A new report
By a nearly 2 to 1 margin, California voters passed Proposition 57, the Public Safety and Rehabilitation Act in the November 8, 2016 election. Among other things, the measure ends the direct filing of
PJDC Board Member Rourke Stacy was featured in a Juvenile Justice Information Exchange article on the importance of Proposition 57 on the November 8th California ballot. If enacted, it would eliminate direct filing of cases
STREAMING VIDEO TRAINING
PJDC has officially launched its streaming training videos! We will be building our video library over the next several months, but we have our eight-hour AB703 training video and handouts available now for purchase. When additional video trainings are added to the library, we will announce them on our listservs.
Please note that the video trainings we provide qualify for MCLE participatory credit! In order to access the streaming video library you need to be a current PJDC member. Click here to sign-up for membership. If you are currently a member, please log in and visit our Resource Bank page to access the videos. Please note that membership is FREE and if you are signing up for membership there may be a slight delay before you can access the video library due to the membership approval process.
PJDC Members have access to extensive practice materials through the Resource Bank, including briefs, motions, appellate cases, articles on legal and policy issues, legislative analyses, training materials and social science and scientific research.