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NATIONAL TRAINING
Executive Course for Prosecutors Trainings

Executive Course
June 11-15, 2018, Washington, DC
Registration | Hotel

Geared toward elected or appointed chief prosecutors and upper level staff, the Executive Program is designed for prosecution leadership. This program is essential for those who handle agency funding, media coordination, public relations, issues with the courts, office management, and any other matters related to a prosecutor’s or government attorney’s office. Topics range from avoiding employment pitfalls to managing the office during a crisis.

Tentative Topics Include:

  • Effective Leadership and Management
  • Media Strategies
  • Task Force Development
  • The Politics of Prosecution
  • Hiring, Retaining, and Promoting Quality Employees
  • Effective Office Communication and Training
  • Effective Budgeting Strategies
  • Avoiding Employment Law Pitfalls

Course Information

CLE: Anticipated CLE credits will be 19 hours, including at least 1 hour of ethics. Advance registration for CLE will be applied for in Virginia, Tennessee, and Ohio.  All other states ​will ​require ​the ​attorney ​to ​self-submit ​using ​their ​uniform ​certificate provided at the conclusion of the course. Questions regarding CLE can be directed to our Registrar and Course Coordinator, Stephanie Weston at sweston@ndaajustice.org

Eligibility: Open to lawyers in local, state, federal and military government attorneys’ offices. Recommended attendees are elected or appointed chief prosecutors, first assistants, chief deputies, and other executive-level personnel.

Course Tuition includes admission and course materials
Note early bird specials in white box.

Member Cost through April 11, 2018

$925.00

Non-Member Cost through April 11, 2018

$1,075.00

Member Cost after April 11, 2018

$975.00

Non-Member Cost after April 11, 2018

$1,125.00


NDAA adheres to a policy of non-discrimination in admissions and administration.

Special Discounts

  • The first attendee from an office pays full tuition; each additional attendee from the same office will receive a $50 discount when registered at the same time.
  • All active military members will receive a 10% discount on the course registration. Military members are not eligible for the $50 team discount.

Registration fees are non-refundable. However, if you need to cancel your registration, the fees paid may be credited toward any other NDAA training within twelve months from the date of the original cancellation.

 

Tentative Course Schedule
On Site Registration: 8:45am Monday, June 11, 2018
Orientation: 9:15am Monday, June 11, 2018
Conclusion: 1:00pm Friday, June 15, 2018
 
Hotel
The Hamilton Hotel
1001 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 202.682.0111

Hotel Web Site | Reservations

Located right in the heart of Washington DC, Hamilton Hotel Washington DC is just minutes from all the best our nation’s capital has to offer. The Smithsonian, the White House, the National Mall and countless other cultural and historical monuments are within walking distance the front door.

Hotel Rates
$253.00 — Single/Double Rate plus tax

  • Room rate includes complimentary 24-hour access to the Health Club
  • Complimentary high-speed Internet access in all guest rooms
  • Group rate is available 3 days pre and 3 days post conference, based on hotel availability

Rooms will be guaranteed by the guests’ major credit card for first night’s deposit.
The deposit becomes non-refundable or the credit card will be charged if the guest does not arrive or cancels after 6pm local time on the date of arrival.

Book hotel reservations by May 20, 2018 to secure the group rate.

Hotel reservation link coming soon!

Travel
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA): 4 miles
Estimated taxi fare: $18.00 (one way)

Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD): 27 miles
Estimated taxi fare: $63.00 (one way)

Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI): 35 miles
Estimated taxi fare: $73.00 (one way)

Visit
The Washington D.C. metro area is packed with exciting things to see and do. As our nation’s capital, it is steeped in rich history, plays host to landmark events, and is home to countless important historical monuments. Get the most out of your visit to D.C. See the sights, take the tours, and celebrate liberty and history:

THE WHITE HOUSE
Official residence and offices of the President.

CAPITOL HILL
Center of meetings and legislative activity for the U.S. government.

WASHINGTON MONUMENT
Memorial monument in tribute to the first President of the United States.

LINCOLN MEMORIAL
Monument honoring America’s sixteenth President.

VIETNAM WAR MEMORIAL
The famous “Wall” inscribed with the names of Americans who lost their lives during the Vietnam War.

ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
Final resting place of thousands of American service personnel.

NATIONALS PARK
Proud home of the Washington Nationals MLB team.

SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS
Extensive collections of historical artifacts, art, aerospace and many other exhibits. Various sites around D.C.

INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM
Skullduggery, espionage, and all things cloak and dagger are on display here.

HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM
Honoring the lives lost in the tragic Holocaust events of World War II.

NEWSEUM
Museum featuring information and exhibits celebrating the fourth estate, and honoring freedom of the press.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE
Features exhibits pertaining to the history of African-Americans, and black culture in the U.S.                                  

MUSEUM OF THE BIBLE
Collection of exhibits outlining the history and impact of the Christian holy book in Western culture.

FORD’S THEATRE & MUSEUM
Site of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, and museum featuring many Lincoln-themed exhibits.

DUPONT CIRCLE
Historic neighborhood district featuring shopping, dining, and beautiful park space.

GEORGETOWN
Historic D.C. neighborhood that’s home to shopping, dining, entertainment, and the famous Georgetown University.

 

Further questions about the course? Contact course director Kristi Browning: kbrowning@ndaajustice.org or project coordinator/registrar Stephanie Weston: sweston@ndaajustice.org 


 

 

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