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At the NACC, we realize that we don’t have all the answers, and believe that difficult and complex problems require multidisciplinary solutions. If you’re a passionate professional with an interesting perspective on a topic relevant to child welfare and juvenile justice, we’d love to hear from you. Please fill out the form below and give us an idea of what you’d like to write about, or contact us at Admin@NACCchildlaw.org.
In an effort to promote and advance the rights’ of children and families, the National Association of Counsel for Children publishes both a weekly blog and a monthly law journal.
Children, Families, and the Law, also known as the NACC Child Law Blog, challenges readers to re-examine how America’s legal and social service systems impact the lives of children and families. The blog tackles important subjects such as child abuse and neglect, delinquency and family conflict, health care, education, and poverty with the goal of building a better world in which courts, agencies, families, and communities work together to improve the lives of children.
The Guardian, our quarterlylaw journal, offers an in-depth look at issues affecting practitioners in the fields of child welfare, family law, and juvenile justice. The publication is sent exclusively to NACC members and includes child welfare policy updates, tips and advice from leading experts in child welfare law, upcoming trainings, job openings, case reviews, and more.
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2017 National Child Welfare, Juvenile & Family Law Conference