2010 Administrative Law Seminar

Date: 10/22/2010 
Time: 8:45 AM - 4:15 PM
Program Highlights

• The presentation will trace the evolution of administrative law in North Dakota including the effect of the statutory changes in 1977 and 1991. The discussion will include the standard of review on appeal from administrative agencies as well as appeals from other governmental bodies
• This presentation will give an overview of the various types of DHS hearings which occur most often, and will also cover areas of special note and problem areas from an Administrative Law Judge's standpoint. An Assistant Attorney General who represents DHS will discuss the unique aspects of child abuse/neglect cases, also known as "services required" cases. A Legal Services of North Dakota attorney will cover what types of DHS matters Legal Services assists clients with.
• This panel will provide information on administrative hearing procedures in personnel cases to help you sail smoothly through the process. Get the perspective of an Administrative Law Judge who hears personnel cases as to unique areas and problems to look for, hear from an Assistant Attorney General who represents state agencies and counties as to agency responsibilities and requirements, and get the standpoint of an experienced attorney about appellant attorney strategies and functions.
• Ms. Carpenter will address some of the definitions that have special meaning in the context of JSND, some of the differences in handling cases in front of that agency compared to other agencies, preparing clients for hearing, and some of the perils and pitfalls the practitioner can avoid by being prepared.

Event Cost:
  Member $195.00
  Non-Member $195.00

Credit Hours:
  Self Study 5.25 hr(s)

Registration Closes:
  October 21, 2014 12:00 AM