In-Person Training

  • In-Person CLE Credit (May 15 - 17, 2024 in Bar Harbor, ME): This unique in-person three-day event will take place in beautiful Bar Harbor, Maine and will offer participants opportunities to learn from experts in secondary trauma, resilience building, and peer support. If you are interested in standing up or supporting a well-being initiative in your office, this conference will give you the tools to do so. The course will provide CLE credits, teach practical skills, and offer opportunities to engage in activities in Maine's scenic outdoors. Join us and unwind, learn, be inspired, and recharge your prosecutor battery!

  • In-Person CLE Credit (July 15 - 16, 2024 in Boise, ID): The 2024 NDAA Summer Summit is dedicated to exploring “The Prosecutor’s Blueprint to Safeguard Victims and Elevate Their Voices through Enhanced Prosecution, Protection, and Prevention Strategies.” Together, we will develop actionable strategies that ensure victims are at the heart of every legal process. Join us in shaping a justice system that safeguards victims, amplifies their voices, and prevents future victimization.

  • In-Person (January 29 - 30, 2024 in Washington, DC): Coinciding with the 118th Congress, NDAA’s annual policy conference gives you the opportunity to hear directly from Administration, Federal agency and Capitol Hill speakers over the course of two days. On day one, you’ll be treated to presentations from influential Members of Congress as well as key stakeholders in President Biden’s administration. Following a full day of presentations, you will then have the chance to schedule a full slate of meetings with your Congressional delegation.

  • Includes Credits

    In-Person CLE Credit (December 4 - 7, 2023 in Fort Lauderdale. FL): The challenges for investigators, local law enforcement, prosecutors, and other criminal justice professionals are expanding exponentially! From the digital crime scene to mass shootings to cold cases, the need to analyze the evidence or the gaps left by the defendant, prepare for the myriad of defense attacks, develop your theme and theory in a persuasive manner, vet expert witnesses, utilize the evidence and trial visuals to make the crime scene understandable to the trier of fact, and achieve this in an ethical and succinct manner is daunting!