Election Year 2016: Family & Child Advocacy Law

$169

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Credits

Alabama
1.5 General
Alaska
3.5 General
Arizona
3.5 General
California
3.5 General
Connecticut
3.5 General
Georgia
3.5 General
Hawaii
3.5 General
Illinois
3.5 General
Missouri
3.5 General
New Jersey
3.5 General
New York
1.5 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias 2 Professional Practice
North Carolina
1.5 General
Oregon
1.5 Access to Justice 1 General 1 Practical Skills
Washington
3.5 Law and Legal Procedure
West Virginia
3.5 General

Format

All courses are available in video format. Written materials are included with every course. Audio format available for certain states.

Courses may include in-person events and/or live webcast programs. Please review all the courses included prior to purchase.

Faculty

Erin Colgan
Erin Colgan Erin K. Colgan, P.C.
Frederick J. Magovern
Frederick J. Magovern Magovern & Sclafani Law
Rebecca Shore
Rebecca Shore Advocates for Children of New York

If children are the future, then today’s families are the incubators of our future as a nation. It’s no surprise that issues concerning children and families are on the 2016 debate docket and merit a spot on Lawline’s 2016 Election Year CLE Series.  


In this exclusive series of CLE courses, lawyers who specialize in family law and child advocacy discuss a  myriad of topics, such as the critical importance of family stability, the foster care system, welfare, early education, and economic security for children. 

3 Courses Included

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