36th National Child Welfare Law Conference
2013: Strategies for Success: Enhancing Advocacy for Children, Youth and Families
August 26–28, 2013 in Atlanta, GA
Opening Plenary: Evidence Issues in Juvenile and Family Court Practice
John E.B. Myers, JD, University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
Plenary I: Transitioning to Adulthood Under the Extended Foster Care Provisions of the Fostering Connections Act
Mark Courtney, Ph.D., University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration; Leslie Heimov, JD, Children’s Law Center of Los Angeles; Christopher Wu, JD, Center for Families, Children & the Courts
Plenary II: Keeping Kids in School and Out of Courts
Steven Teske, Juvenile Court of Clayton County, Jonesboro, GA
View the program from this conference as a PDF.
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