Webinar: Military Leadership Principles in Veterans Treatment Courts
Join the webinar: Nov. 23 | 2:00 p.m. ET
NADCP’s Justice For Vets is presenting a webinar on applying the principles of military leadership to veterans treatment court programs.
Led by retired U.S. Army Major General Clyde “Butch” Tate, this webinar addresses the core principles of military leadership and how to apply them successfully to veterans treatment court teams and participants. Attendees will learn to identify and describe leadership do’s and don’ts when working with justice-involved veterans and how to apply these principles in treatment courts. This is a must-attend event for veterans treatment court practitioners in any role!
About the speaker: Major General Clyde “Butch” Tate (retired)
Major General Tate is NADCP’s chief counsel. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2014 as deputy judge advocate general, one of the branch’s top two military attorneys. An expert in veteran and military law policy, Tate also advises other organizations that connect veterans and their families with other veterans, community partners, and government services.