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Video # Title Conf Year Category
 2018-01 

How Due Process Impacts Administrative Hearings

 2018 Mandatory
 2018-02  Ethics: Independence, Impartiality & Integrity  2018Mandatory
 2018-03  Evidence: Handling Controversial or Problematic Admissibility Questions  2018 Mandatory
 2018-04

How to Be an Administrative Hearing Officer, Part 1 & 2

 2018 Mandatory
 2018-05  Examining & Eliminating our Implicit Biases  2018 Mandatory
 2018-06  Judicial Reasoning for Hearing Officials 2018
 Mandatory
 2018-07  Due Process & The Mentally Challenged Court Petitioner  2018 Mandatory
 2018-08 

Handling Hearings Involving Pro Se Parties & Witnesses/Parties Who Cannot Read

 2018 Mandatory
 2018-09  Problematic Communications & Obstructions to Decisiveness  2018 Mandatory
 2018-10  Rulemaking & Why You Need to Know About It 2018
 Elective
2003-01 Computer Forensics in Detecting Welfare Fraud 2003 Mandatory
2005-03 Elder Law - How Does It Affect Hearing Officials? 2005 Elective
1999-01, 1999-02
Administrative Law - Part I & II
1999 Elective
1996-01 to 04 Alternate Dispute Resolution: Mediation - Part I, II,III & IV
1996 Elective
1996-05 Evidence 1996 Mandatory
1996-06

1996-07

Legal Research: Traditional - Part I & II
1996 Mandatory
1996-08 Stress Management 1996 Elective
2010-04 A Culture of Respect 2010 Mandatory
2002-01 Administrative Review of Decisions 2002 Elective
1998-01 Advanced Evidence - Beyond the Basics 1998 Elective
2005-08 Atmospheric Conditions Affecting Administrative Adjudicators: When is a Judge Not a Judge? 2005 Elective
1997-01 Burden/Standards of Proof: Something to Prove 1997 Elective
2005-01 Controlling Disruptions in the Hearing 2005 Mandatory
1997-02 Credibility 1997 Mandatory
2002-02 Credibility/Witness 2002 Mandatory
2010-03 Dealing Effectively With the Pro Se Litigant 2010 Elective
1997-03 Decision Writing 1997 Mandatory
2004-01 Decision Writing 2004 Mandatory
1998-02

1998-03

Decision Writing - Part I & II
1998 Mandatory
1998-04 Developing the Record 1998 Mandatory
2009-02 Docket Management 2009 Elective
2002-03 Due Process 2002 Mandatory
1999-06 Due Process in Administrative Hearings 1999 Mandatory
2008-02 Due Process in an Era of Budget Constraints 2008 Elective
2005-02 Due Process: When is Judicial Review Required? 2005 Elective
2007-01 Ensuring Unbiased Administrative Hearings: Projecting an Appropriate Demeanor 2007 Mandatory
2002-04 Ethics 2002 Mandatory
1999-03 Ethics for and Before the Hearing Official/ALJ 1999 Mandatory
2003-02 Evaluating Evidence 2003 Mandatory
2005-04 Evidence Basics for Hearing Officials 2005 Mandatory
2005-05 Hearing Security 2005 Elective
2005-06 High Volume Hearings 2005 Elective
2008-01 History and Evolution of Administrative Law 2008 Mandatory
1998-05 History and Theory of Administrative Law 1998 Mandatory
2003-03 History of Administrative Due Process 2003 Mandatory
2010-01 Is This a Circus or Administrative Hearing? 2010 Mandatory
2003-04 Judicial Decision-Making: Subjective, Objective, or Both? 2003 Mandatory
1999-02

1999-04

Judicial Demeanor and Temperament: Conduct and Control of Hearings - Part I & II
1999 Mandatory
2008-03 Judicial Ethics for Hearing Officials 2008 Mandatory
2007-02 Judicial Review of Administrative Agency Decisions 2007 Mandatory
2003-05 Justice Versus Prejudice and You 2003 Mandatory
2007-03 New Mexico Territorial Justice: 1846 - 1912 2007 Mandatory
1999-05 Perspectives on Decision-Making 1999 Elective
2003-06 Recent Developments in Administrative Law 2003 Elective
2009-01 Researching Administrative Law 2009 Mandatory
2007-04

2007-05

Rulings on Objections - Part I & II
2007 Mandatory
1996-08 Stress Management 1996 Elective
2010-02 The Beginning of the End: The Prehearing Process 2010 Elective
2008-04 Writing the Decision: Nuts and Bolts 2008 Mandatory
2011-02 Handling and Admissibility of Scientific, Technical, and Electronic Evidence 2011 Elective
2011-01 Legal Research - An Introduction 2011 Mandatory
2011-03 A Nuts and Bolts Look at Due Process 2011 Mandatory
2012-03 Advance Evidence Challenges 2012 Mandatory
2012-01 Alternative Methods of Dispute Resolution 2012 Elective
2012-02 Writing Skills 2012 Elective
2014-01 Time Management Tips for Managing High Volume Caseloads 2014 Elective
2014-02 The Mediation of Administrative Disputes
2014 Elective
2015-01
Ruling on Objections: What to Do When Someone Objects & You Have To Do Something  2015Elective
2015-02Decision Writing 101: Writing Clear Decisions under A Deadline 2015Mandatory
2015-03
What Am I Going to Do?: Preparing and Preserving the Hearing Record
 2015Elective
2016-01Security In The Workplace  2016 Substantive

Computer Forensics in Detecting Welfare Fraud

VIDEO # 2003-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2003
LOCATION Minneapolis, MN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 90
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Administrative hearing officials need a greater understanding of how computer systems are used to detect fraud. Johnson, an auditor in computer forensics, leads a discussion about the process used to investigate digital evidence.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Elder Law - How Does It Affect Hearing Officials?

VIDEO # 2005-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 2005
LOCATION Durham, NC
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 87
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This session will discuss what elder law attorneys do, their intake process, and common strategies regarding Medicaid eligibility. The attorneys also discuss common issues appealed, the reason for the appeal, and the independence of the hearing officer.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Administrative Law - Part I

VIDEO # 1999-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 1999
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 80
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.3
DESCRIPTION Professor Albert, who was the attorney who made the oral argument in Goldberg v. Kelly before the United States Supreme Court, presents this seminar on the theory and history of administrative law. Prof. Albert focuses on due process mandates for administrative hearings since Goldberg.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Alternate Dispute Resolution: Mediation - Part I

VIDEO # 1996-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 92
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Part I of a skills-based course designed to give participants an introduction to the theory, statutory requirements, and techniques needed to serve as neutral third party mediators. Practice pointers for the judge as mediator will be discussed.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Alternate Dispute Resolution: Mediation - Part II

VIDEO # 1996-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 93
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Part II of a skills-based course designed to give participants an introduction to the theory, statutory requirements, and techniques needed to serve as neutral third party mediators. Practice pointers for the judge as mediator will be discussed.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Alternate Dispute Resolution: Mediation - Part III

VIDEO # 1996-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 81
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Part III of a skills-based course designed to give participants an introduction to the theory, statutory requirements, and techniques needed to serve as neutral third party mediators. Practice pointers for the judge as mediator will be discussed.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Alternate Dispute Resolution: Mediation - Part IV

VIDEO # 1996-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 73
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Part IV of a skills-based course designed to give participants an introduction to the theory, statutory requirements, and techniques needed to serve as neutral third party mediators. Practice pointers for the judge as mediator will be discussed.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Evidence

VIDEO # 1996-05
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 87
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This seminar discusses basic concepts of evidence and problems commonly encountered in the administrative hearing process.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Legal Research: Traditional - Part I

VIDEO # 1996-06
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 67
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.0
DESCRIPTION Part I of a seminar which surveys the use of the law library's resources to find the most recent and applicable case law, statutory, and regulatory materials. The course is a refresher for those who have been out of law school for a while or as a foundation for the technically trained adjudicator.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Stress Management

VIDEO # 1996-08
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 98
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION If you need stress relief (and who doesn't?), this class is essential! It includes lecture, group discussion and information sharing regarding stress that is associated with rapid changes in the work place. Participants also practice both effective and ineffective stress management techniques.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

A Culture of Respect

VIDEO # 2010-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 2010
LOCATION Nashville, TN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS
DESCRIPTION This workshop will address primary and secondary dimensions of diversity and how those impact the workplace. It will also address how our actions, guided by stereotypes and generalization, can lead to workplace behavior that is unlawful. An overview of the law and the steps we can take to prevent unlawful harassment and discrimination is also covered.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Administrative Law - Part II

VIDEO # 1999-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 1999
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 70
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.2
DESCRIPTION Professor Albert, who was the attorney who made the oral argument in Goldberg v. Kelly before the United States Supreme Court, presents this seminar on the theory and history of administrative law. Prof. Albert focuses on due process mandates for administrative hearings since Goldberg.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Administrative Review of Decisions

VIDEO # 2002-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2002
LOCATION Anchorage, AK
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 85
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This seminar includes a brief overview of the administrative review process, and focuses on things that hearing officials do that may cause an appellate body to reverse, set aside or remand a case. Helpful hints and practical suggestions will be provided concerning both hearing procedure and decision writing.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Advanced Evidence - Beyond the Basics

VIDEO # 1998-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 1998
LOCATION Louisville, KY
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 85
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This advanced evidence seminar focuses on evidentiary problems commonly confronted by hearing officials in administrative hearings. Because of jurisdictional variations in rules, the Federal Rules of Evidence will be used as a starting point for class discussion. Topics include hearsay, relevance, official notice, admission of documentary evidence and problems in rulings.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Atmospheric Conditions Affecting Administrative Adjudicators: When is a Judge Not a Judge?

VIDEO # 2005-08
CONFERENCE YEAR 2005
LOCATION Durham, NC
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 45
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.0
DESCRIPTION Closing session of the 2005 conference as presented by John Hardwick.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Burden/Standards of Proof: Something to Prove

VIDEO # 1997-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 1997
LOCATION Seattle, WA
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 95
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This seminar helps you to discover or review how courts have worked out some of the most challenging aspects of decision-making - who has to prove what and how do they prove it? This will boost your ability to make sound evidentiary rulings and decisions by finding out what these terms really mean.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Controlling Disruptions in the Hearing

VIDEO # 2005-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2005
LOCATION Durham, NC
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 90
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION How should a hearing officer or ALJ handle situations where a pro se party disrupts a hearing? What are the best ways to control attorneys who cross the line with contumacious conduct? This seminar looks at the techniques that hearing officers and administrative law judges might employ in these situations.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Credibility

VIDEO # 1997-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 1997
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 82
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION In this seminar, participants examine what adjudicators believe and why, exploring the basic assumptions underlying fact finding.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Credibility/Witness

VIDEO # 2002-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2002
LOCATION Anchorage, AK
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 92
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This seminar considers demeanor evidence in determining credibility of witnesses in the fact-finding process.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Dealing Effectively With the Pro Se Litigant

VIDEO # 2010-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 2010
LOCATION Nashville, TN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS
DESCRIPTION The program discussion will cover the unique challenges of effectively handling a pro se appellant (or appellee) in a hearing setting, focusing on the perspective of that pro se party. The issues will include reduction of anxiety, dealing with confusion and a lack of understanding, understanding the role of the hearing officer, and balancing the rights of the parties without sacrificing the process or giving up too much control.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Decision Writing

VIDEO # 1997-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 1997
LOCATION Seattle, WA
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 105
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 2.0
DESCRIPTION This workshop stresses the importance of writing legally sufficient findings of fact and conclusions of law. Subjects include: identifying the law, finding of facts from the evidence, drafting preliminary findings of fact, and deriving conclusions of law from the facts and the statutes. This course also addresses how to distinguish findings of fact from discussions, considerations in drafting, and the role of peer\supervisor review of decisions prior to issuance.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Decision Writing - Part I

VIDEO # 1998-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 1998
LOCATION Louisville, KY
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 73
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Part I. Dean Burnett discusses the processes of finding facts, applying law, and exercising sound discretion; the roles of lawyers, judges, and hearing officials as professional writers (whether they view themselves that way or not); techniques for enhancing the logic and persuasive power of written decisions; and the development of individual checklists for persuasive written communication.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Decision Writing - Part II

VIDEO # 1998-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 1998
LOCATION Louisville, KY
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 76
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Part II. Dean Burnett discusses the processes of finding facts, applying law, and exercising sound discretion; the roles of lawyers, judges, and hearing officials as professional writers (whether they view themselves that way or not); techniques for enhancing the logic and persuasive power of written decisions; and the development of individual checklists for persuasive written communication.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Developing the Record

VIDEO # 1998-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 1998
LOCATION Louisville, KY
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 88
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Judges Marousek and Futch identify specific problem areas, such as dealing with pro se clients; dealing with attorneys who are inexperienced in administrative law; using interpreters; handling "difficult" parties; and handling record-making problems that arise when one party is present in person and the other party is appearing by telephone. Some of these problems will be illustrated by scripted live-action actors.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Docket Management

VIDEO # 2009-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2009
LOCATION Boise, ID
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION “The Mad Hatter vs. Rowdy Yates.” Practical advice to administrative law judges on how to manage dockets and individual cases.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Due Process

VIDEO # 2002-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 2002
LOCATION Anchorage, AK
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 73
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This advanced seminar discusses the theoretical foundations of the administrative hearing.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Due Process in Administrative Hearings

VIDEO # 1999-06
CONFERENCE YEAR 1999
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 60
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.0
DESCRIPTION [No description provided]
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Due Process in an Era of Budget Constraints

VIDEO # 2008-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2008
LOCATION Orlando, FL
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION [No description provided]
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Due Process: When is Judicial Review Required?

VIDEO # 2005-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2005
LOCATION Durham, NC
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 83
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION The United States Supreme Court has never clearly indicated whether judicial review of agency action by an Article III court is constitutionally required. This presentation describes and critiques the Court’s jurisprudence on the availability of review and propose an alternative to the Court’s current approach.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Ensuring Unbiased Administrative Hearings: Projecting an Appropriate Demeanor

VIDEO # 2007-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2007
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Paul Biderman discusses how hearing officials can protect litigants, attorneys, witnesses, and others with whom they work from perceiving bias in their hearing processes or in their offices. Participants will be better able to articulate the likely reactions of those who experience such behavior as biased in their hearings and other official acts; and they will be able to take appropriate action to eliminate bias from their hearings.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Ethics

VIDEO # 2002-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 2002
LOCATION Anchorage, AK
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 93
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Ethical issues and dilemmas commonly faced by hearing officials in the administrative process are explored and examined.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Ethics for and Before the Hearing Official/ALJ

VIDEO # 1999-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 1999
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 85
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Dean Ewald explores and examines ethical issues and dilemmas commonly faced by hearing officials in the administrative process. Active involvement of participants of participants will help you discover how to respond to these issues in your daily practice.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Evaluating Evidence

VIDEO # 2003-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2003
LOCATION Minneapolis, MN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 95
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Hearing officials accept as evidence a sworn (or un-sworn) statement, an agency document, a medical report, or a printout from an employer that states how much an individual has earned. Hearing officials accept hearsay testimony by persons lacking first-hand knowledge of the events described, or testimony from individuals when the event occurred years ago. What weight is or should be given to this evidence?
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Evidence Basics for Hearing Officials

VIDEO # 2005-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 2005
LOCATION Durham, NC
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 88
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This seminar presents basic principles of evidence for hearing officials including the following: admissibility of evidence (including relevance and materiality); hearsay rule, hearsay exceptions, and legal residuum rule; privileges, including self-incrimination, and attorney-client privilege; burdens of proof, prima facie case, presumptions, and reliability; foundation, authentication, and judicial notice; impeachment, prior inconsistent statements, and character for truthfulness; making a record, fact finding and standards for judicial review.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Hearing Security

VIDEO # 2005-05
CONFERENCE YEAR 2005
LOCATION Durham, NC
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 87
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION The purpose of this session is to raise the awareness for the need for security and safety in administrative hearings. Most hearings do not take place in a secure facility, such as a courthouse. The absence of security procedures heightens the risk for all participants. This session will focus on security issues such as hearing room and adjacent buildings design, weapons screening, planning and procedures for emergencies, identification and location of security personnel, and participant experience and suggestions.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

High Volume Hearings

VIDEO # 2005-06
CONFERENCE YEAR 2005
LOCATION Durham, NC
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 90
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This seminar focuses on how the administrative judiciary can process cases expeditiously while being responsive to the legal requirements of due process.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

History and Evolution of Administrative Law

VIDEO # 2008-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2008
LOCATION Orlando, FL
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Discussion of the nature, history, and evolution of American administrative law. Topics will include the history of administrative law in the United States, starting with the early federal agencies (ICC, FTC), the new deal expansion of federal agencies, the adoption of the federal APA, the later expansion of federal agencies in the 1960’s and 1970’s, and the evolution of state administrative law, including the rise of worker’s compensation agencies, and state pension laws, the adoption of the MSAPA, and the development of state agencies in social welfare fields as a response to federal laws, and money. Other topics include types of agencies and administrative agencies functions in the executive branch, development of administrative adjudication, and rulemaking, and the important roles played by the courts in developing the law governing administrative agencies.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

History and Theory of Administrative Law

VIDEO # 1998-05
CONFERENCE YEAR 1998
LOCATION Louisville, KY
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 81
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This seminar covers basic principles of administrative law and includes the Administrative Procedure Act and an overview of due process in administrative hearings.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

History of Administrative Due Process

VIDEO # 2003-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 2003
LOCATION Minneapolis, MN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 75
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This seminar offers a historical review of the evolution of administrative due process from the beginning – the “right vs. privilege” distinction – the federal administrative procedures act – welfare and civil rights litigation and the seminal case of Goldberg v. Kelly.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Is This a Circus or Administrative Hearing?

VIDEO # 2010-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2010
LOCATION Nashville, TN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Lights . . . Camera . . . Action! This interactive course will focus on how to prepare for and conduct an administrative hearing in light of media presence and interest. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in a mock practicum designed to hone their skills in responding to media inquiries and controlling the hearing process.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Judicial Decision-Making: Subjective, Objective, or Both?

VIDEO # 2003-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 2003
LOCATION Minneapolis, MN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 70
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Participants will gain insight into how judicial officers make decisions, what factors influence decision making, how personal values affect decision-making and what practical steps can be taken to encourage good decision-making.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Judicial Demeanor and Temperament: Conduct and Control of Hearings - Part I

VIDEO # 1999-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 1999
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 122
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 2.0
DESCRIPTION Part I - Hearing officials will be asked to step back and evaluate the judicial temperament and demeanor of themselves and their colleagues. Workshop participants set aside any preconceived notions of their own impartiality or infallibility and look at themselves in new ways. During the workshop, the presenters review ways to control the hearing without limiting the ability of participants to fully and fairly present their cases.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Judicial Demeanor and Temperament: Conduct and Control of Hearings - Part I

VIDEO # 1999-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 1999
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 122
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 2.0
DESCRIPTION Part I - Hearing officials will be asked to step back and evaluate the judicial temperament and demeanor of themselves and their colleagues. Workshop participants set aside any preconceived notions of their own impartiality or infallibility and look at themselves in new ways. During the workshop, the presenters review ways to control the hearing without limiting the ability of participants to fully and fairly present their cases.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Judicial Ethics for Hearing Officials

VIDEO # 2008-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 2008
LOCATION Orlando, FL
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Professor Ogden discusses core ethical principles such as impartiality and neutrality in decision-making; typical ethical issues common to all adjudicators.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Judicial Review of Administrative Agency Decisions

VIDEO # 2007-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2007
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Discussion of the availability of judicial review of administrative agency decisions, its constitutional and statutory basis, including the Administrative Procedure Act, the required exhaustion of administrative remedies, standing to seek judicial intervention and other related procedural doctrines. Judge Bustamante will also discuss the scope of judicial review such as deference accorded to agencies on findings of fact, weight of the evidence and credibility, the de novo analysis of conclusions of law, and the standard of review and other perspectives from the bench on selected cases.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Justice Versus Prejudice and You

VIDEO # 2003-05
CONFERENCE YEAR 2003
LOCATION Minneapolis, MN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 55
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.0
DESCRIPTION Laurence Geller presents a provocative view of our system of justice and the role prejudice plays.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Legal Research: Traditional - Part I

VIDEO # 1996-06
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 67
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.0
DESCRIPTION Part I of a seminar which surveys the use of the law library's resources to find the most recent and applicable case law, statutory, and regulatory materials. The course is a refresher for those who have been out of law school for a while or as a foundation for the technically trained adjudicator.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Legal Research - Part II

VIDEO # 1996-07
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 74
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Part II of a seminar whch surveys the use of the law library 's resources to find the most recent and applicable case law, statutory, and regulatory materials. The course is a refresher for those who have been out of law school for a while or as a foundation for the technically trained adjudicator.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

New Mexico Territorial Justice: 1846 - 1912

VIDEO # 2007-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 2007
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.0
DESCRIPTION A history of the administration of justice in New Mexico from the American occupation in 1846 until statehood in 1912. The presentation will focus on the lives and activities of several Supreme Court justices in the context of territorial times.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Perspectives on Decision-Making

VIDEO # 1999-05
CONFERENCE YEAR 1999
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 60
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.0
DESCRIPTION This seminar focuses on the ways to discuss, analyze, and understand values in the decision-making process.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Recent Developments in Administrative Law

VIDEO # 2003-06
CONFERENCE YEAR 2003
LOCATION Minneapolis, MN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 76
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Professor Murphy reviews selection of recent administrative law cases from the federal courts.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Researching Administrative Law

VIDEO # 2009-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2009
LOCATION Boise, ID
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Examples and explanations on how to research federal administrative rules and regulations in print, using the Code of Federal Regulation (CFR), List of CFR Sections Affected (LSA), and the Federal Register, and how to do the same using the electronic versions of these publications. Discussion of these equivalents on the state level, and how to access administrative decisions and documents from the various states.
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NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Rulings on Objections - Part I

VIDEO # 2007-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 2007
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Part I of a 2-part interactive program concerning how a hearing officer properly rules on objections raised during a hearing. The first part of each session will involve a brief review of the generally applicable administrative rules of evidence. This will be followed by extensive practice by participants in ruling on objections in a series of mini-mock hearing scenarios. Other participants and the presenter will then provide constructive feedback as to the rulings.
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NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Rulings on Objections - Part II

VIDEO # 2007-05
CONFERENCE YEAR 2007
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Part II of a 2-part interactive program concerning how a hearing officer properly rules on objections raised during a hearing. The first part of each session will involve a brief review of the generally applicable administrative rules of evidence. This will be followed by extensive practice by participants in ruling on objections in a series of mini-mock hearing scenarios. Other participants and the presenter will then provide constructive feedback as to the rulings.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Stress Management

VIDEO # 1996-08
CONFERENCE YEAR 1996
LOCATION San Antonio, TX
LENGTH (IN MINUTES) 98
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION If you need stress relief (and who doesn't?), this class is essential! It includes lecture, group discussion and information sharing regarding stress that is associated with rapid changes in the work place. Participants also practice both effective and ineffective stress management techniques.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

The Beginning of the End: The Prehearing Process

VIDEO # 2010-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2010
LOCATION Nashville, TN
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION In this session, participants will explore techniques for managing cases before the hearing begins. Good prehearing management can keep a case from getting off track before you even get to the hearing.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Writing the Decision: Nuts and Bolts

VIDEO # 2008-04
CONFERENCE YEAR 2008
LOCATION Orlando, FL
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION This class will focus on the following issues: (1) whether the issue was clearly defined and properly identified; (2) whether the facts and findings of fact were supported by the identified evidence; (3) whether the law cited was clear, appropriate and tied in to the facts; (4) whether the legal conclusions were clear to be understood by the parties; (5) whether the Order was clear; and (6) whether a reviewing court would find the decision sufficient.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Handling and Admissibility of Scientific, Technical, and Electronic Evidence

VIDEO # 2011-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2011
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION Scientific testimony is often used in complex cases to support a party’s position. This session will look at general admissibility using the Daubert and Frye standards. Particular emphasis will be placed on handling expert testimony involving complex computer calculations using proprietary software and methods. Included will be a discussion of when motions to compel might be appropriate as well as approaches to be used when examining scientific evidence.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Legal Research - An Introduction

VIDEO # 2011-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2011
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION The purpose of legal research is to find "authority" that will aid in finding a solution to a legal problem. In this seminar we’ll provide an outline of the process, define certain terminology, identify the principle sources of case law and do a demonstration of how to perform legal research using Westlaw online.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

A Nuts and Bolts Look at Due Process

VIDEO # 2011-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 2011
LOCATION Santa Fe, NM
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS 1.5
DESCRIPTION What exactly does “due process of law” mean in terms of the work that a hearing officer does? This will not be an academic or law school style review of court precedent. Instead, we will examine what due process is and what it should look like in our hearings.
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Advance Evidence Challenges

VIDEO # 2012-03
CONFERENCE YEAR 2012
LOCATION
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Mandatory
CERTIFICATION CREDITS
DESCRIPTION
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Alternative Methods of Dispute Resolution

VIDEO # 2012-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2012
LOCATION
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS
DESCRIPTION
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Writing Skills

VIDEO # 2012-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2012
LOCATION
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS
DESCRIPTION
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

Time Management Tips for Managing High Volume Caseloads

VIDEO # 2014-01
CONFERENCE YEAR 2014
LOCATION
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS
DESCRIPTION
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

The Mediation of Administrative Disputes

VIDEO # 2014-02
CONFERENCE YEAR 2014
LOCATION
LENGTH (IN MINUTES)
CERTIFICATION CATEGORY Elective
CERTIFICATION CREDITS
DESCRIPTION
PRESENTERS
NAME TITLE ORGANIZATION

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