What is my user name and password?
When you become an OCDLA member you receive a welcome email that contains your username (usually your work email address) and instructions on setting your password. You should file this information in a safe place. If you lose your password go here, click on Forgot Password, and follow the directions. If you lose your username contact OCDLA.
How do I update my contact information online?
First, make sure you are logged in, then go to ocdla.org and select the Profile item toward the bottom of the left hand menu.
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What is the Pond Listserve?
OCDLA hosts an email listserve known as the Pond for members to share knowledge and information related to the practice of juvenile and criminal defense. Participation in the listserve is voluntary, and you may subscribe or unsubscribe at any time. Visit the Listserves page, and scroll down for instructions on how to join the Pond Listserve, Juvenile Law Listserve, DUII Listserve or Capital Defender Listserve, or contact OCDLA.
Is my Pond, Juvenile, DUII, or Capital Defender Listserve password the same as my regular login password?
No. You will have unique password for each listserve you are on. When you are first subscribed to a listserve a password for that list is automatically emailed to you, and a reminder email containing the password is sent to list subscribers monthly. Visit the Listserves page (scroll down to the bottom) for more information on listserves and passwords.
How can I renew my membership online?
You can renew online from the Membership Info page.
Who is my OCDLA Board Member and what is my board district?
Go here for a list of current Board Members. Use the Board District map to see what your board district is.
How do I join an OCDLA Committee?
Visit the Committees page to review the list of committees. Contact the chair of committee(s) you are interested in, or contact the OCDLA President, Alyssa Bartholomew, or Executive Director, Shaun McCrea.
My reporting period is coming up. Where do I find out how many credits an OCDLA seminar (2017, 2018 or 2019) was approved for?
Go to the CLE Archive, and after you select a seminar the approved credits should appear on the product detail page.