Wednesday, September 27, 2017

October 12/Seattle: Administrative Hearings and the Public Interest  #MCLE

KCBA’s Public Policy Committee and Subcommittee on Administrative Law Reform is pleased to offer a free half-day Administrative Law Forum on October 12, 2017.  The goal of the forum is to present information pertaining to the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) and Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH).   The forum will be engaging the bar, bench, advocacy organizations, and other interested members of the public in an open discussion about independence and hearing fairness, and to begin exploring ideas for improving the system for the benefit of the public.  While the forum focuses on hearings before OAH, the program will be considering the administrative processes as a whole within the context of the APA.
Title:
Administrative Hearings and the Public Interest
By:
King County Bar Association Public Policy Committee
When/Where:
October 12, 2017
8:00-8:30am, Registration and Coffee Service
8:30-1:40pm, Program (Lunch Included)
Credit:
4.25 Law & Legal CLE Credits; CJE Credits Pending
Speakers:
  • Keynote Speaker:  Phil Talmadge, Talmadge Fitzpatrick Tribe, PLLC, Former State Senator and Supreme Court Justice
  • The Honorable Veronica Alicea-Galván, King County Superior Court
  • Lisa E. Brodoff, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Clinical Law Program, Seattle University School of Law
  • The Honorable Evelyn J. Cantrell, Chief Review Judge/Appeals Administrator, Washington State Health Care Authority
  • The Honorable Nicole Gaines Phelps, King County Superior Court
  • The Honorable Jane Habegger, Assistant Chief Administrative Law Judge (Ret.), Washington State Office of Administrative Hearings
  • The Honorable Lorraine Lee, Chief Administrative Law Judge, Washington State Office of Administrative Hearings
  • Meagan MacKenzie, Statewide Advocacy Coordinator, Northwest Justice Project
  • The Honorable Joan E. Tierney, Administrative Law Judge (Ret.), Washington State Office of Administrative Hearings
  • John Tirpak, Executive Director, Unemployment Law Project
Register Now:
  • CALL               CLE Department 206.267.7008 or 267.7067
  • MAIL               KCBA CLE, 1200 Fifth Avenue, Suite 700, Seattle, WA 98101
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