The University of South Carolina School of Law recently hosted a training conference for the National Legal Aid & Defender Association. Notably, it was the first time the event has been held outside Washington, DC.
The training, conducted June 4-6, 2015, was part of the NLADA’s National Defender Leadership Institute initiative. Emerging leaders in public defense from across the nation came to the School of Law for the intensive training session, which included workshops on client-centered management, team-building and managing conflict, managing multi-generational teams, and more.
The NLADA is a non-profit membership association dedicated to quality legal representation for those who cannot afford counsel. For more information, visit nlada100years.org.