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21st Annual Children’s Law Institute

Publication Date: July 2018 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: 9781402432026 Page Count: 492 pages

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Chapter 1: Developments in Juvenile Delinquency Law and Procedure (January 2017 to mid-April 2018) Randy A. Hertz ~ Professor of Clinical Law and Vice Dean, Director, Clinical and Advocacy Programs, New York University School of Law
Chapter 2: Significant Child Welfare Legislation, and Caselaw with Practice Commentary, 2017–2018 (April 20, 2018) Gary Solomon ~ Director of Legal Support, Juvenile Rights Practice, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 3: Case Study Advocacy Letter Ari Chiarella ~ Social Work Supervisor, Queens Practice, Center for Family Representation
Nick Bonham ~ Center for Family Representation
Chapter 4: Case Study Criminal Complaint Ari Chiarella ~ Social Work Supervisor, Queens Practice, Center for Family Representation
Nick Bonham ~ Center for Family Representation
Chapter 5: Case Study Family Court Petition Ari Chiarella ~ Social Work Supervisor, Queens Practice, Center for Family Representation
Nick Bonham ~ Center for Family Representation
Chapter 6: Susan Jacobs and Michele Cortese, Center for Family Representation, Inc., Integrating New York State Regulations into Child Protective and Permanency Practice (April 2010) Ari Chiarella ~ Social Work Supervisor, Queens Practice, Center for Family Representation
Nick Bonham ~ Center for Family Representation
Chapter 7: Timeline of Family and Criminal Cases Ari Chiarella ~ Social Work Supervisor, Queens Practice, Center for Family Representation
Nick Bonham ~ Center for Family Representation
Chapter 8: Robin Lyde, Rick Barinbaum and Michele Cortese, Best Practices for an Interdisciplinary Practice: Team Ownership and Team Authorship Ari Chiarella ~ Social Work Supervisor, Queens Practice, Center for Family Representation
Nick Bonham ~ Center for Family Representation
Chapter 9: Building a ‘Best Practices’ Interdisciplinary Practice: Shared Ownership, Shared Authorship Ari Chiarella ~ Social Work Supervisor, Queens Practice, Center for Family Representation
Nick Bonham ~ Center for Family Representation
Chapter 10: Jillian Cohen and Michele Cortese, Cornerstone Advocacy in the First 60 Days: Achieving Safe and Lasting Reunification for Families, Child Law Practice, Vol. 28, No. 3 (May 2009) Ari Chiarella ~ Social Work Supervisor, Queens Practice, Center for Family Representation
Nick Bonham ~ Center for Family Representation
Chapter 11: The Juvenile Services Unit: An Overview Cynthia L. Rivera ~ Staff Attorney, Juvenile Rights Practice, The Legal Aid Society
Maria Kaidas ~ Forensic Social Worker, Juvenile Rights Practice, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 12: New York State Office of Children and Family Services, Know Your Permanency Options: The Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program (KinGAP), available at https://ocfs.ny.gov/main/publications/pub5108.pdf Raymond C. Toomer ~ Associate Commissioner, Family Permanency Services , NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 13: New York State Office of Children and Family Services, Administrative Directive 18-OCFS-ADM-03, Expansion of the Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program (KinGAP), available at https://ocfs.ny.gov/main/policies/external/ocfs_2018/ADM/18-OCFS-ADM-03.pdf Raymond C. Toomer ~ Associate Commissioner, Family Permanency Services , NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 14: New York State Office of Children and Family Services, Administrative Directive 18-OCFS-ADM-06, Eligibility Forms for the Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program (KinGAP), available at https://ocfs.ny.gov/main/policies/external/ocfs_2018/ADM/18-OCFS-ADM-06.pdf Raymond C. Toomer ~ Associate Commissioner, Family Permanency Services , NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 15: New York Family Court Act § 1089-a, Custody or Guardianship with a Parent or Parents, a Relative or Relatives or a Suitable Person or Persons Pursuant to Article Six of This Act or Guardianship of a Relative or Relatives or a Suitable Person or Persons Pursuant to Article Seventeen of the Surrogate’s Court Procedure Act Raymond C. Toomer ~ Associate Commissioner, Family Permanency Services , NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 16: New York Social Services Law §§ 458-a–f, Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program Raymond C. Toomer ~ Associate Commissioner, Family Permanency Services , NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 17: New York State Bar Association Committee on Children & the Law Standards for Attorneys Representing Children in New York Child Protective, Foster Care, Destitute Child, and Termination of Parental Rights Proceedings, A-4 The Use of Substituted Judgment (Excerpt) (January 2015) Zoë G. Allen ~ Director of Child Welfare Training, Juvenile Rights Practice, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 18: Excerpt from: “Giving the Children a Meaningful Voice: The Role of the Child’s Lawyer in Child Protective, Permanency and Termination of Parental Rights Proceedings” Zoë G. Allen ~ Director of Child Welfare Training, Juvenile Rights Practice, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 19: Gary Solomon, Attorney for the Child Practice under Rule 7.2: Some Relevant Case Law (April 2018) Zoë G. Allen ~ Director of Child Welfare Training, Juvenile Rights Practice, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 20: Representing a Child in a Juvenile Delinquency and/or Person in Need of Supervision (PINS) Proceeding Keith Brown ~ Assistant Supervising Attorney, Child Advocacy Center Central Manager/Coordinator, NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 21: Sarah Valentine, Traditional Advocacy for Nontraditional Youth: Rethinking Best Interest for the Queer Child, 2008 MICH. ST. L. REV. 1053 (2008), CUNY Academic Works, available at http://academicworks.cuny.edu/cl_pubs/196 Dominique Day ~ Executive Director, DAYLIGHT: Rule of Law. Access to Justice. Advocacy
Chapter 22: Gabriel Arkles, Pooja Gehi, and Elana Redfield, The Role of Lawyers in Trans Liberation: Building a Transformative Movement for Social Change, 8 Seattle J. for Social Justice 32, 2010 Dominique Day ~ Executive Director, DAYLIGHT: Rule of Law. Access to Justice. Advocacy
Chapter 23: Jennifer Sumi Kim, A Father’s Race to Custody: An Argument for Multidimensional Masculinities for Black Men, 16 Berkeley J. Afr.-Am. L. & Pol’y 32 (2014), available at http://scholarship.law.berkeley.edu/bjalp/vol16/iss1/10 Dominique Day ~ Executive Director, DAYLIGHT: Rule of Law. Access to Justice. Advocacy
Chapter 24: Additional Materials Dominique Day ~ Executive Director, DAYLIGHT: Rule of Law. Access to Justice. Advocacy
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