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2020 Juvenile Justice - Destruction of Juvenile Court Records: Law & Mechanics of the Process


Total Credits: 1.25 including 0.0 Ethics CLE, 1.25 CLE

Average Rating:
   4.8
Category:
Juvenile
Faculty:
Elizabeth Beringhaus |  Kathleen Quigley |  Jan Price |  Chris Phillis
Duration:
1 Hour 12 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
License:
Never expires.


Description

This conference is specifically designed to provide prosecutors and non-attorney staff in prosecution offices handling juvenile court cases with a legal foundation and an understanding of the mechanics on core issues. A multidisciplinary faculty from the judiciary, court administration, defense bar, and prosecution will bring a comprehensive perspective to the topics.

 

Attendees will have the option to register for either a portion of or the entire conference.

Handouts

Faculty

Elizabeth Beringhaus's Profile

Elizabeth Beringhaus Related seminars and products

Juvenile Crimes Division Chief

Maricopa County Attorney's Office


Twenty years with Maricopa County Attorney's Office 8 years as Juvenile Bureau Chief and the last five as Division Chief of Juvenile Crimes


Kathleen Quigley's Profile

Kathleen Quigley Related seminars and products

Judge

Pima County Superior Court


Jan Price Related seminars and products

Account Services Juvenile - Senior Specialist

Clerk of the Court


Chris Phillis's Profile

Chris Phillis Related seminars and products

Director

Maricopa County Office of Public Defense Services


Chris Phillis grew up in Arizona and graduated from the California Western School of Law in 1993. Her career in public service began upon graduation, when she accepted a position with the Maricopa County Office of the Public Defender, beginning her legal career representing youth in delinquency matters.  Ms. Phillis worked as a deputy public defender for the next fifteen years.  She left the Public Defender’s Office to become the director of the Maricopa County Public Advocate’s Office.  She headed the office until September of 2016, when she was selected as the director of the Public Defense Services constellation of Maricopa County.

Ms. Phillis has dedicated her career to the representation of indigent individuals who face loss of liberty or constitutional rights. In addition directly representing clients, she is the co-director for the Southwest Region of the National Juvenile Defender Center and she has has served on committees which promote policy change and community outreach.  Ms. Phillis continues to serve the legal community by providing attorney training seminars and sitting on numerous advisory boards.


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