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Pre-Conference: Children's Law Office Convening
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8/25/2019
When: Sunday, August 25, 2019
12:00pm-5:00pm Pacific
Where: Anaheim Marriott Hotel
700 W. Convention Way
Anaheim, California  92802
United States
Contact: Kim Dvorchak
202-810-9914

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As part of NACC's 2019-2023 Strategic Plan, NACC is launching the Children’s Law Office Project 2.0 to provide an opportunity to convene and support the leaders and managers of nonprofit children's law offices, state attorney ad litem or attorney guardian ad litem agencies, and law firms who contract with counties and states to represent children, to offer specialized leadership training, discuss current challenges in law practice management, strategize policy reforms, and support the development of the next generation of children's law office leaders and managers.

 

NACC will kick-off this work at our 42nd National Child Welfare Law Conference in Anaheim. The Children’s Law Office Convening will be held the pre-conference on the afternoon of Sunday, August 25, simultaneous with the Red Book training.  

 

Click here for the Convening Agenda.

 

The program begins with lunch at 12:00pm, then a series of presentations and group discussions between 1:00pm and 5:00pm, and all participants are invited to the Child Welfare Law Specialist reception that evening.  Click here for the program agenda.  Topics and presenters include:

 

Law Office Mentoring & Development

Leslie Heimov & Carolyn Griesemer

 

Multidisciplinary Expertise Development

Scott Hollander & Alison Stankus

 

Holistic Advocacy: Law Office & Nonprofit Partnerships

Leslie Heimov & Jennifer Braun

 

Legislative Advocacy & Title IV-E Funding

Ashley Chase & Sue Abrams

 

Cost (includes lunch)

$25 NACC member (members and main conference faculty rate)

$75 non-member

 

This program is for leaders and senior staff of children’s law offices/attorney GAL offices/agencies and those in the process of becoming such leaders.

 

Attendance is capped at 50--PLEASE, NO MORE THAN THREE REGISTRANTS FROM THE SAME OFFICE. 

 

Contact Kim.Dvorchak@NACCchildlaw.org for questions.


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