MCLE is celebrating two decades of learning and networking with this year’s 20th Annual Criminal Law Conference 2019. If you are trying to determine how the changes in immigration enforcement are affecting the criminal courts, you’re not alone! Join an expert panel to hear the latest on what is going on at both the federal and state level. Learn what changes are happening in both pre-trial and post-conviction arenas, with 58a hearings and the expansion of the Office of Community Corrections.
Hear from an expert featured panel on the growth of medically assisted treatment (MAT) in the criminal justice system! Franklin County has been offering MAT for some time and has recently become a certified Opioid Treatment Program. Learn from their experience as well as the Department of Correction, including the changes involving housing for those with Serious Mental Illnesses.
Sign up for the Conference and start the day with a networking breakfast and later, test your knowledge of the latest case law updates. Attend the breakout sessions you want—both in the morning and afternoon. Then, after the Conference, “attend” the sessions you missed but wished you could have attended, at your convenience—online and on demand. All the breakouts will be available via on-demand webcast two weeks after the live presentation.
MCLE webcasts are delivered completely online, underscoring their convenience and appeal. There are no published print materials. All written materials are available electronically only. They are posted 24 hours prior to the program and can be accessed, downloaded, or printed from your computer.