National Conference on Access to Justice for Children and Families, April 9-10
The conference will provide training and networking opportunities for child law professionals who advocate for children, parents, agencies, and kin in child welfare proceedings. The conference also includes participation from judges and attorneys who handle cases that intersect with child welfare such as in immigration, education, housing and family law. This year, the conference will include a track on implementing the Family First Prevention Services Act and Spotlight sessions on the intersection between child welfare and immigration. Download the ATJ brochure.
National Conference on Parent Representation, April 11-12
Hosted with the National Alliance for Parent Representation, this event is designed advocates who focus on parent representation in the child welfare system. The agenda or workshops, facilitated small group discussions, and plenary sessions will move the parent representation practice forward and improve outcomes for children and families. Download the NCPR brochure.
Attendees of the conference receive:
• Networking opportunities with more than 700 child law professionals who have registered to attend the conference week
• Guidance on implementing the Family First Prevention Services Act
• Ideas on how to move the parent representation practice forward
• Practical skills training on interviewing clients, cross-examining child witnesses, using expert testimony, and working on multidisciplinary legal teams
Two great conferences; one great week
Each conference: $460
Discount for attending both: $830