Providing legal representation to children and youth is incredibly important work and can be very rewarding, but the complexity of these cases cannot be overstated: Lawyers need to have a strong understanding of federal, state, and local law; child development; services for children; administrative law; trauma-informed care . . . the list goes on. One of the first skills to learn is how to successfully interview your child client.
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