Presented by the Center for Children and Families, Dependency 101 addresses basic procedure for attorneys new to dependency law or looking for a refresher course. The seminar is organized to follow dependency case stages, cover common issues, and review procedures that apply at each juncture.
This thorough training includes relevant child development material; child abuse/neglect elements; applicable substance abuse, domestic violence, and mental health issues; family reunification and reasonable services; and the impact of these factors within the child welfare system.
Fulfills juvenile dependency attorney 8-hour training requirement per Cal. Rules of Court, rule §5.660(d)(3)
Location: Room 5
Info/Contact: Professor Jennifer Mertus, 714.444.4141 ext. 243