The 11th Annual Wells Conference on Adoption LawWhen Things Go Wrong: Policy and Practice in Contested Adoptions Thursday, March 12, 2015The Family and Youth Law Center, in collaboration with Capital University Law Review, is pleased to sponsor the 11th Annual Wells Conference on Adoption Law. Each year the Wells Conference attracts professionals and academics who are pioneers and innovators in the fields of child welfare and adoption law.
Date: March 12, 2015Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pmCapital University Law School303 East Broad StreetColumbus Ohio 43215
Approved for 4.25 Continuing Education credits for social workers and counselors. Our approved provider number is RCS071302.
Approved for 4.25 Continuing Legal Education credits.
2015 WELLS PRESENTERS:
Cynthia Mabry-King, Professor of Law, Howard University School of Law Migration of American Children from the United States for Adoption by Parents who are Residents of Other Countries: What Should Happen When Things Go Wrong?
Laurie Goldheim, JD, President, American Academy of Adoption Attorneys Practice in Contested/Disrupted Adoptions
Deborah Gnann, Esq., Barbara VanSlyck, LSW, MSEd, CA, Ellen Wristen, Esq. Meeting the Pre- and Post- Adoption Needs of Children and Families
Linda Britton, JD, Director, Commission on Youth at Risk, American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law No Bystanders: Emerging Due Process Protections for Children, Youth and Foster Parents in Child Welfare Cases
Kathi Yu, U.S. Department of State, Adoptions Officer, Office of Children's Issues State Department responses to informal, secondary placements –“rehoming”.
Adam Pertman, President, The National Center on Adoption and Permanency Special Issues in Adoption Disruption and Dissolution
Registration Fee:$75.00 - Attorneys Seeking CLE credit$60.00 - Government/Non-profit Attorneys Seeking CLE credit$50.00 - All others
cancelled prior to February 28, 2015 will be refunded, less a $20
processing fee; the fee will not be refunded for cancellations after
that date. Fee includes boxed lunch.
For questions about the conference, please contact:Denise St. ClairExecutive DirectorFamily and Youth Law Center614-236-6593
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