Are you an attorney, social worker, investigator, or administrator in a defender office or have colleagues who are? NLADA offers leadership training for those who are new to management positions or who are interested in sharpening the skills of 21st century leadership and digging into topics like technology, criminal justice reform, race, and community engagement.
The National Legal Aid & Defender Association (NLADA) is hosting their 2017 New Leadership Training September 14-17 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The training is part of a NLADA's National Defender Leadership Institute series, which is designed by a team of experienced defender leaders and trainers. It provides an opportunity for defender leaders to step back from the day-to-day demands of their work and focus on developing leadership skills they can use in their offices and in their criminal justice systems.
To ensure highly interactive sessions and personalized training, this program is limited to only 65 participants, so don't delay and register now.