Join the Massachusetts Bar Association for the Fourth Annual Juvenile & Child Welfare Conference on Thursday, April 30, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at UTEC Center, 35 Warren St., Lowell. The conference theme will focus on positive youth development (PYD) in practice.
Join us as we give you a solid foundation in the theory and practice of PYD, and strategize how best to apply it to our most challenging client circumstances. This conference is approved for 7 CAFL/YAD/MH credits.
This conference is $50 for MBA members and $100 for non-members. Special pricing is available for practitioners on the CAFL, YAD and Mental Health Litigation Division panels. Attend for $75. Call MBA Member Services to register at (617) 338-0530.
Nominations for the Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Award due March 5
The Juvenile & Child Welfare Section Council is soliciting nominations for its Second Annual Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Award. The award honors an individual practitioner whose work exemplifies excellence in the field of juvenile law jurisprudence and will be presented at this annual conference. In order to be eligible, the candidate must be an attorney or judge, and an MBA member (or willing to become one prior to receiving recognition). Nominate your colleagues who inspire you most by 5 p.m. on March 5, by emailing Heather Robertson with the nominee's name and contact information, a brief description of their accomplishments and qualifications, and any pertinent references.