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Ethics and Indigent Defense

Quality Indigent Defense – for vulnerable populations

Education and Research

Training

Documenting consequences of inadequate funding

Ensure highest practitioner ethics for zealous defense and special responsibility of prosecutors

Education and Research

Training

  • "Legal and Judicial Ethics for Criminal Practice in US," presented to Afghan Defense Lawyers’ Program for the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan, Cambridge, MA (February 25, 2010). [PDF] [PPT]
  • "Trial Skills: Openings & Closings; Cross-Examination," Suffolk Lawyers for Justice, Inc., Boston, MA (4/08)
  • "Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement Interviews of Hospital Patients," New York University Child Study Center Grand Rounds, New York, NY (1/07)
  • "Reputation, Obligation, and Loyalty: The Defense Role in 23-110 Proceedings," Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia (Criminal Practice Institute), Washington, DC (11/06)
  • "Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement Interviews of Hospital Patients, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (Annual Meeting)," Chicago, IL (10/06)
  • "Crawford v. Washington: What Lies Ahead?," New England Appellate Judges’ Conference, Boston, MA (11/05), Flaschner Judicial Institute, Newton, MA (6/06)
  • "Involuntary Medication to Competence: No Longer an Easy Sell," International Center for the Study of Psychiatry & Psychology (Annual Conference), Flushing, NY (10/05).