Total Credits: 1 Elder Abuse Reporting
Oregon Law Institute
of Lewis & Clark Law School
1 Elder Abuse Reporting MCLE Credit
Friday, October 30, 2015
Ambridge Event Center
1333 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Portland, Oregon 97232
All Oregon attorneys became mandatory reporters of elder abuse under Oregon law on January 1, 2015. This presentation will review the statutory duty to report, exceptions to reporting, and the intersection of the duty to report with an attorney’s ethical duty of confidentiality under the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct as well as attorney-client privilege.
– Hon. Amy Holmes Hehn
– Amber A. Hollister
– Ellen Klem
|Brochure (0.90 MB)||Download|
|Elder Abuse Reporting Electronic Book (3.64 MB)||61 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Book Cover, Schedule, Bios (0.02 MB)||7 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Elder Abuse Reporting (3.63 MB)||51 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|MCLE form - Elder Abuse Reporting||1 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Hon. Amy Holmes Hehn, Judge, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland; B.S., Willamette University (1981); J.D., Suffolk University Law School (1985); member of the Oregon State Bar since 1985; involved in multiple justice system policy and practice improvement initiatives, including the Family Violence Coordinating Council which she currently chairs; member, Child Welfare Council, Juvenile Justice Council, and Reclaiming Futures Initiative, and is Chair of the Domestic Violence Court Work Group.
Amber A. Hollister, Deputy General Counsel, Oregon State Bar, Tigard; B.A., Reed College (1999); J.D., Order of the Coif, University of Washington School of Law (2003); member of the Oregon State Bar since 2003; practice focuses on prospective ethics guidance to lawyers and serves as in-house counsel to the Oregon State Bar and its Board of Governors; former law clerk to Honorable Robert H. Whaley (2003–2005); former attorney, Perkins Coie LLP (2005–2007), and Deputy General Counsel, office of Governor Ted Kulongoski (2008–2010); author of numerous articles on ethics issues, OSB Bulletin.
Ellen M. Klem, Director of Consumer Outreach and Education, Attorney General’s Office, Oregon Department of Justice, Salem; B.A., Michigan State University (2001); J.D., Case Western Reserve University (2004); member of the Indiana Bar since 2004 and the Washington DC Bar since 2006; serves as a liaison between the Oregon Department of Justice, federal, state, and local government entities and officials, tribes, community organizations, advocacy groups and members of the media. Coordinates financial educational campaigns that target vulnerable Oregonians and works with the Attorney General and the Oregon Department of Justice to prevent and address financial harm that affects vulnerable Oregonians; also plans and hosts speaking engagements and other events to address the need for more safeguards and public awareness activities to prevent financial harm to vulnerable Oregonians; prolific author and presenter in subjects related to her expertise.
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