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Current Issues for Child Advocates 2020

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Join the PBA Children’s Rights Committee and PBI for an integrated experience designed to help you become a more effective advocate for children, youth, and families.

Designed specifically for juvenile delinquency and dependency practitioners!

Designed for everyone whose cases include delinquency or dependency matters, this annual event offers a complete summary of significant case law and legislative developments, exposure to up and coming trends, and effective strategies for best representing your juvenile clients.

The Agenda:

School Stability under ESSA & the Best Interest Determination (BID) Process

Family First Legislation 

Alternative Education for Disruptive Youth (AEDY)

Case Law and Legislative Round-Up

Program Sponsor:  PA Bar Association Children’s Rights Committee

Recorded in October 2020.

Practice Areas


Leigh E. Dalton Ph.D., Esq. Stock and Leader
Gloria Gilligan PA Department of Human Services (Office of Children Youth & Families)
Brooke Goulde MSW Allegheny County Children, Youth & Families
Jennifer L. Grimes Esq. County of Berks
Cheryl Kleiman Esq. Education Law Center
Kate Cramer Lawrence Esq. Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas
Marisa K. McClellan Esq. Dauphin County Social Services for Children & Youth
Hon. Jennifer Staley McCrady Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas
Jennifer L. McGarrity Esq. KidsVoice
Lynne P. Sherry Esq. Weiss Burkardt Kramer LLC
Thomas C. Welshonce Esq. KidsVoice
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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