ADI strives to provide quality resources to facilitate excellent indigent representation in California appeals.
Access to MCLE materials and confidential legal resources is contingent on an active membership with one of the project panels.
How to Become a Panel Attorney
ADI regularly accepts applications for both our criminal and dependency panels. We value quality applicants who have a demonstrated dedication to indigent defense work, strong writing skills, and a willingness to be a zealous advocate for clients.
CADC’s 30th Annual Conference | Remote Seminar
Registration is now open for CADC’s Annual Conference and Seminar. The seminar will be held virtually again this year. The two-day conference will be filled with informative and inspiring presentations, including the Project Directors Roundtable, a report from CADC’s lobbyist and criminal and dependency break-out sessions, providing a total of up to 9.0 hours of MCLE credit.
Appellate Defenders, Inc., is a non-profit law firm administering the appointed counsel system for the California Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District.