Juvenile Law 2018: Moving from the Outside In (On Demand)

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SUMMARY
Plot a course to strengthen your practice with the latest information on juvenile law.
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Plot a course to strengthen your practice with the latest information on juvenile law. Learn about LGBTQ youth in foster care, the role of the Oregon Youth Authority, and navigating parental alienation in juvenile dependency cases. A panel discussion explores how to represent LGBTQ children and client confidentiality issues regarding sexual orientation and/or gender. Examine how the Oregon Youth Authority is building developmentally appropriate services. Find out how to avoid delays with reconciliation or alternative permanency in juvenile dependency cases. Review 2017 juvenile law appellate decisions as well as questions of law currently in trial and appellate court litigation.

Cosponsored by the Juvenile Law Section.

Presented by:
• The Honorable Beth Allen, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland
• Amelia Andersen, OPDS Appellate Division, Salem
• Amanda Austin, Department of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Portland
• Kristy Barrett, Sage Legal Center, Portland
• Jenn Burleton, TransActive Gender Center, Portland
• The Honorable Rebecca Duncan, Oregon Supreme Court, Salem
• Lea Ann Easton, Dorsay & Easton LLP, Portland
• Erin Fuimaono, Oregon Youth Authority, Salem
• Emily Marrer, Sage Legal Center, Portland
• Debbi Martin, Oregon Youth Authority, Salem
• Dr. Stewart Newman, Mind Matters PC, Hillsboro
• Dr. Todd Ransford, Todd Ransford, Ph.D., Portland
• Dr. Charlene Sabin, Charlene Sabin, M.D., PC, Portland
• Shannon Storey, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
• Matthew Washchuk, Riley & Washchuk PC, Portland
• Inge Wells, Department of Justice Appellate Division, Salem
• Erin Wirtz, CASA, Portland

5.5 General CLE credits and 1 Access to Justice credit
ID 46735, 02/23/2018
Complete by 02/23/2021 for Oregon credit

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Please note that it may take up to 30 days after you complete an online seminar for it to appear on your online MCLE Compliance Report at www.osbar.org.

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