Wells Conference

  • The Family and Youth Law Center, in collaboration with
    Capital University Law Review,
    is pleased to sponsor the


    Permanency for Youth in Foster Care:
    What Does it looks like?
    How do we get there? 

    March 10, 2016
    Columbus, Ohio


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    Each year the Wells Conference attracts professionals and academics who
    are pioneers and innovators in the fields of child welfare and adoption law.

    Registration Fee:

    $75.00 - Attorneys Seeking CLE credit
    $60.00 - Government/Non-profit Attorneys Seeking CLE credit
    $50.00 - All others 

    Partnership Pricing: 

    $67.50 - Attorneys Seeking CLE credit
    $54.00 - Government/Non-profit Attorneys Seeking CLE credit
    $45.00 - All others

     Click here for more information on FYLaw's Partnership Program. 

    Approval granted for 6.0 Continuing Education credits for social workers and counselors. Our approved provider number is RCS071302

    Approval granted by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for a total 6.0 Continuing Legal Education hours. 

    2016 Wells Presenters 


    Nancy E. Dowd
    David H. Levin Chair in Family Law
    Emeritus Director, Center on Children & Families


    Crystal L. Welch
    Attorney and Adjunct Professor
    Adoption Legal Clinic of Mississippi College School of Law


    Robert Friend and Kelly Beck
    National Institute for Permanent Family Connectedness in California


    Anastasia Cowan
    Mental Health Attorney on the Children’s Defense
    Council for Children’s Rights
    Capital Law School Alum


    LaShanda Taylor Adams
    Clinical Director
    University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law


    Linda Britton, Esq.
    Director, Commission on Youth at Risk
    American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law


     For questions about the conference, please contact:
    Denise St. Clair
    Executive Director
    Family and Youth Law Center