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Friday, March 19 • 4:15pm - 5:45pm
Producing and Litigating Public Defender Workload Series, 2010-2020: Where Have We Been and Where are We Going?

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Program Materials will include: electronic access to all of Mr. Hanlon’s work for the last 10 years, available at www.lawyerhanlon.com. I hope to impart an understanding of the principles of qualitative analytics used in modern public defender workload studies, as well as what we have learned in litigating to enforce the results of those studies in Missouri and Louisiana; and a plan to use those studies, and others, to replace the 1973 NAC standards with reliable, data-based and standards-based national numerical caseload maximums that will serve as the basis for $1.25 billion in federal funding over five years to fund the unfunded judicial mandate of Gideon v Wainwright. Justice Works will briefly demonstrate the functionality of defenderData™ Prime as configured for complimentary access for workload studies.

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Stephen Hanlon

Owner, Lawyer Hanlon
Since his retirement from Holland & Knight at the end of 2012,  Mr. Hanlon has confined his practice to assisting and representing public defenders with excessive caseloads. He now serves as a Professor of Practice at Saint Louis University School of Law.Hanlon was lead counsel for... Read More →
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Justice Works

COO, JusticeWorks
Carl and Keith Richey, the founders of Justice Works™, have worked together over the past 15+ years working within the indigent defense community to improve data collection methods and standards. defenderData™ is utilized throughout the Country by hundreds of defender organizations... Read More →

Friday March 19, 2021 4:15pm - 5:45pm EDT
Room 15