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Educational Materials

JCIP designs and delivers education and training to juvenile court judges and juvenile court stakeholders across the state. JCIP provides two statewide annual conferences: The juvenile judge conference, Through the Eyes of a Child, and the Model Court Summit on Child Abuse & Neglect for model court teams from across the state. In addition to these two annual conferences, JCIP designs and delivers webinars on important new topics in juvenile justice, staffs the annual Tribal and State Court Judicial Forum, and provides other education programs throughout the year.

Below are links to the trainings and educational materials that JCIP has delivered in the past.




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​Rules of Professional Conduct, Performance Standards and Practical Challenges (Approved for 1.5 hours of ethics CLE credit)

Tom Crabtree, Crabtree & Rahmsdorff, Deschutes County

Tahra Sinks, Juvenile Advocacy Consortium, Marion County 

Karen Stenard, Lane County Juvenile Lawyers Association, Lane County

Moderated by Amy Miller, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem

This 90 minute audio webinar is intended to provide foundational knowledge of the role of an attorney for a child in a juvenile dependency case and is designed to provide guidance to attorneys and other dependency system stakeholders.  After a brief introduction, the attorney panelists analyze hypothetical situations and the applicability of the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct and Oregon State Bar Performance Standards for Lawyers Representing Children. 

To download the materials, click here:

Webinar recording​

Introduction and refere​nce information  

Case hypotheticals ​

Oregon State Bar Performance Standards for Lawyers in Juvenile Dependency Cases​

 Other Educational Programs


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