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From the Trenches: Tips from In-Court Practitioners on Dependency and Termination of Parental Rights Proceedings, 01/01/2021, eBook More info »
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From the Trenches - Tips from In-Court Practitioners in Dependency and Termination of Parental Rights Proceedings

Total Credits: 1.5 CLE, 1.0 Ethics

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Ethics |  Juvenile Law
Original Program Date:
Jun 18, 2021


In this seminar attendees will learn tips and suggestions from actual Juvenile Law practitioners regarding courtroom procedures and activities. As opposed to those who would teach what should happen in the courtroom, you will learn from the presenters what does happen in the courtroom, and how to handle it. The takeaway from this presentation should be an excellent working knowledge of what to expect and a toolkit of information to assist in representing a party in the juvenile court system.

What You’ll Learn:

1. Practical tips from Juvenile Law practitioners on handling Court proceedings
2. Working with and not against the court, the child or the agencies involved
3. Understanding the varied hearings and motions involved

Presented by: Juvenile Law Section

Nik Boca, Cantor Law Group

Robert Casey, Law Office of Michael & Casey
Jonathan D Conant, Jonathan D. Conant Attorney at Law, PLLC, Section Chair
Jamie Myers, Myers & Associates PLLC Ubani Ukuku, Esq.




Overall:      4.5

Total Reviews: 2