Registration Open for PJDC Transfer Litigation Intensive Conference

Registration is now open for PJDC’s Transfer Litigation Intensive Conference to be held Friday, March 20, 2020, at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. The all-day event will provide an unprecedented opportunity for practitioners to take their transfer litigation skills to the next level. The event is open to PJDC members.  You can register here.

To facilitate people coming from out of town, the conference is timed to coincide with the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Annual Juvenile Delinquency (“Dog Book”) Conference to be held the following day, March 21.

Participants will hear from top litigators and experts, and will receive substantial written materials. A star-studded planning committee has developed the agenda.  Sessions will include:

  • “Winning the Impossible Case”
  • “Hot Button Evidentiary Issues in Transfer”
  • “Taking Apart the Probation Officer’s Report”
  • “Getting the Most from Your Psych Evaluation”
  • “Appellate Litigation in Transfer,” and
  • “Using Information About DJJ to Prevent Transfer”

REGISTRATION FEE/INSTRUCTIONS: Early Bird registration is $100 if you sign up by January 31, 2020, with a fee of $125 after that.

REGISTRATION INCLUDES: Continental breakfast, lunch, 6 MCLE Credits, and substantial training materials.

ENIVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS: In an effort to reduce the unnecessary use of paper, the planning committee has decided that PowerPoints will be printed out for the day of the conference, and that other materials will be distributed online prior to the conference – with a net benefit in reducing paper consumption, but allowing any participants who prefer having hard copies to print them out before the conference.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Please contact Eileen Manning-Villar for any questions about registration (, and Sue Burrell with any questions about the program (

MCLE INFORMATION: PJDC certifies this activity conforms to the standards of approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing Minimum Continuing Legal Education.