'Client Centered Representation' focus of SADO webinar March 21

As part of the 2023 Virtual Lunchtime Trainings, the State Appellate Defender Office and the Criminal Defense Resource Center will present the webinar “Client Centered Representation: What It Is and How It Wins Cases” on Tuesday, March 21, from noon to 1:30 p.m. via Zoom.

Attendees will learn about the history of client-centered representation, and about its underlying conceptual framework. Attendees will also learn practical ways that they can implement client centered representation into their law practices and how to avoid pitfalls that keep them from achieving better results for their clients.

This online training will be led by Sean Maher, a criminal defense attorney for more than 27 years.  He was a public defender in Atlanta and New York City before entering private practice. 

Based in the Bronx, Maher devotes significant time as appointed federal indigent defense counsel through his involvement with the Criminal Justice Act (CJA) panels for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Maher serves on the faculty of Gideon’s Promise, the National Criminal Defense College (NCDC), Harvard Law School’s Trial Advocacy Workshop, and several trial skills academies

To register for the webinar, visit www.sado.org/go/ClientCentered.  Anyone with questions may contact CDRC Manager, Kathy Swedlow at kswedlow@sado.org.

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