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2012 Nevada Judicial Leadership Summit (J)

April 30 - May 4, 2012

Welcome to the Nevada Judicial Leadership Summit 2012 online conference material resources. These select resources are made available as individual self-paced self-study and are listed in alphabetical order.

Forensic Interviewing: Obtaining the Underlying Truth

Session Description: As a result of this session, attendees will be able to demonstrate an improved ability to recognize the difference between a lie and a deception, and state why someone might provide a false confession, as well as the significance of non-verbal communications. Attendees will also be able to list key verbal indicators of deception.

Faculty: Douglas E. Cash, MBA, CFE, CFI, CFCI, Eide Bailly LLP

Session Resources: Forensic Interviewing

Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers

Session Description: As a result of this session, attendees will be able to describe the physical aspects of prescription drug abuse, demonstrate an understanding of the prescription drug abuse experiences of those in the legal profession, and describe the relationship between the Judiciary and Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, including confidentiality.

Justice Michael A. Cherry, Supreme Court of Nevada
J. Mitchell Cobeaga, Esq., The Cobeaga Law Firm
Dr. Michael S. Levy, Founder, Center for Addiction Medicine
C. Coe Swobe, Esq., Senator (Ret.)

Session Resources: Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers Presentation


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