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Section of Family Law: Young Lawyers Committee

Section of Family Law:
Young Lawyers Committee


Scope

Encourages the participation of the Section's young lawyer members and new lawyers to the field of family law in the Section of Family Law and in the community. The committee's goals are to assist young and new lawyers in advancing their family law careers and to expand their knowledge regarding family law. The committee also aims to teach young and new lawyers the operations of the Section of Family Law, and to get them actively involved within the Section of Family Law. In addition, the committee serves as the bridge for young and new lawyers to the Section of Family Law.

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    Section Events

      Ethical Challenges in Supporting Client Independence and Autonomy

      02/27/2018-02/27/2018

      Supporting a client's desire for independence and autonomy raises myriad ethical challenges when family members disagree or when there are serious questions about the clients' capacity. This session will apply the model rules to common scenarios to illustrate conflicts in determining who the client is, ...

      Raising ADA Claims to Advocate for Parents with Disabilities in Child Welfare Cases

      03/14/2018-03/14/2018

      The event will be held on 03/14/2018. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Commission on Law and Aging,Center for Professional Development,Commission On Disability Rights,Center on Children and the Law,Section of Dispute Resolution,Section of Family Law,Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division,Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice,Division for Public Services. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .

      Cross Examination: Principles, Strategies, Techniques

      03/15/2018-03/15/2018

      Cross Examination: Principles, Strategies, Techniques


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    Modified by Marsha Boone on January 31, 2017

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