VIDC CERTIFICATION TRAINING
Richmond: Virginia Indigent Defense Commission Salem: Roanoke County Courthouse Law Library 1604 Santa Rosa Road, Suite 200 305 East Main Street, 1st Floor Richmond, VA 23229 Salem, VA 24153 Cost: Free Cost: Free MCLE Credit: 10 hours total for both days (6 hours of CLE Credit for Day 1 and 4 hours of CLE Credit for Day 2) MCLE Credit: 10 hours total for both days (6 hours of CLE Credit for Day 1 and 4 hours of CLE Credit for Day 2)
INITIAL CERTIFICATION TRAINING REGISTRATION FORMS
**Attorneys are not required to attend the Initial Certification Training again to re-certify. Attorneys should attend a more advanced CLE to be commensurate with experience.**
** Please note there will be no December Initial Certification Training in Richmond, VA**
Lists of MCLE and VIDC approved courses for RE-CERTIFICATION
INITIAL VIDC CAPITAL CERTIFICATION TRAINING
Initial capital certification training for defense attorneys wishing to be eligible for appointment in capital cases under the new standards must complete both days of this certification training or submit a waiver application. This training is free of charge and 10 CLE credits are expected.
Initial Capital Certification Training
Video Replay for Initial Capital Certification Training
LATE DAY LECTURES
November 4, 2016 |3:00 pm
Location: VIDC, 1604 Santa Rosa Road, Suite 209, Richmond, VA 23229
CLE: 1-2 Hours expected
The Commission provides training to its attorneys in a number of ways. Once a year, the Commission convenes a Public Defender Conference that provides six hours of training, including one hour of legal ethics. The Conference is held in Virginia and is staffed by high quality speakers and trainers who donate their time and expertise to improving the quality of Virginia’s indigent defense.
In order to assure the high quality of its non-attorney professional staff, the VIDC also sponsors training conferences for its office managers, investigators and sentencing advocates. Finally, the Commission provides funding each year for attorneys, investigators, and sentencing advocates to attend specialized training sponsored by agencies or organizations outside of the VIDC.
As a service to Virginia’s criminal defense bar, the VIDC also provides training opportunities for members of the private bar. The Commission co-sponsors with the University of Richmond’s T.C. Williams School of Law an annual Juvenile Law and Education Conference. Commission staff also assists the Criminal Law Section of the Virginia Bar Association with the planning of Virginia’s annual Capital Defense Workshop. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia also offers at no cost advanced trial skills training for Virginia’s court appointed counsel. Finally, individual public defender offices sponsor training programs for office staff and members of local bar associations.
For further training information, please contact:
Virginia Indigent Defense Commission at email@example.com