Mission And Vision

Mission:
In pursuit of equal justice, the Louisiana Public Defender Board advocates for clients, supports practitioners and protects the public by continually improving the services guaranteed by the constitutional right to counsel.

Through its commitment to performance standards, ethical excellence, data-driven practices and client-centered advocacy, the Louisiana Public Defender Board oversees the delivery of high quality legal services affecting adults, children and families, and supports community well-being across Louisiana.


Vision:
The Louisiana Public Defender Board (LPDB), a recognized leader in the delivery of client-centered legal representation services, is a dynamic and engaged partner in local, state and national criminal and juvenile justice systems.

LPDB and its public defender offices prevent wrongful conviction, protect due process and constitutional rights, increase public safety, promote fiscal responsibility, and support economic growth throughout Louisiana.


Anti-Discrimination Statement:
On September 11, 2012, the Louisiana Public Defender Board approved an Anti-Discrimination Statement relating to the representation of clients.

The LPDB Anti-Discrimination Statement is available HERE

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Upcoming Training
For more information, contact:
LPDB Training Division at
jgregory@lpdb.la.gov

Capital Defender Training
October 18 – 20, 2017

CROWNE PLAZA NEW ORLEANS AIRPORT
2829 WILLIAMS BLVD.
KENNER, LA 70065

The Capital Defender Training registration form can be downloaded HERE.


NAPD 2017 WORKLOADS INSTITUTE
November 17-18, 2017

SLU Law School
St. Louis,
Missouri

For more information on this training please see the flyer which can be downloaded HERE.


Upcoming NAPD Trainings
2017

http://www.publicdefenders.us

NAPD offers several trainings throughout the year. Please visit NAPD's website to see more information about all of their upcoming trainings and events.