In October 2022, the NACC presented a 4-part webinar series: Child Welfare Law, Advocacy, and Practice for Ohio Attorneys and Professionals Serving Ohio Families. This training series was designed for Ohio attorneys who represent children, parents, and the agency; Juvenile or Family Court Staff; Children’s Services Staff; or any community professionals that want to learn more about child welfare law. The session focused on practice tips, hypothetical case studies, and polls, grounded in Ohio law, to share knowledge, skills, and best practices aimed at promoting high quality representation in Ohio child welfare cases. Recordings of the four 90-minute webinars are available at no cost to interested Ohio practitioners.
This program been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for a maximum of 6.0 hours of CLE credit including a maximum of 0.0 hours of Professional Conduct credit. NACC will report CLEs on a monthly basis for sessions viewed the prior month. (Please note: NACC only has the ability to report CLEs for attorneys and judges who include their attorney registration number when signing up. If you do not have an attorney registration number, you will need to report your own credits to your CLE authority.) For CLE questions, please contact [email protected].
These training sessions are being offered to you at no cost and are funded by grants from the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services to the State of Ohio and are being provided as a strategy to support and increase high-quality legal representation for children and parents in child service proceedings in Ohio.
Questions? Please contact [email protected].
Signup for the NACC’s 2022 Ohio Custom Training Series recordings. Foundational material for those interested in NACC’s next Ohio Training Series.