Each year the Juvenile Division of the Los Angeles Public Defender’s Office hosts an annual training seminar for lawyers and youth advocates who work with youth in dependency and delinquency court.  The Juvenile Division has hosted this seminar for 30 years. The seminar usually draws approximately 250 attendees from private law offices and public defender offices around the state of California.  Each year the seminar presenters are chosen because they reflect the most current legal trends and knowledge in the field of juvenile justice and advocacy.  In addition to excellent training, attendees receive continuing education hours and the latest version of an important legal manual “A Practical Guide to Juvenile Delinquency Law" written by our office's juvenile appellate specialist.



The 36th Annual Juvenile Delinquency Law Training Seminar
April 21, 2018

To be placed on the email mailing list and get updates about the seminar, please contact:

Seminar Coordinator
Natasha E. Khamashta
(310) 419-5232
email her at NKhamashta@pubdef.lacounty.gov.

This seminar is open to those who represent children in either delinquency or dependency court and other child advocate professionals. Those involved in the prosecution of criminal or delinquency cases may not attend this program.