Course Handbook  Course Handbook

Children's Law Institute (20th Annual)

Publication Date: July 2017 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: 9781402429507 Page Count: 436 pages

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Using Crawford v. Washington: A Sequence of Steps for Defenders in Responding to a Prosecutor’s Attempt to Introduce an Individual’s Out-of-Court Statement (May 1, 2017) Randy A Hertz ~ Professor of Clinical Law and Vice Dean, Director, Clinical and Advocacy Programs, New York University School of Law
Chapter 2: Developments in Juvenile Delinquency Law and Procedure, January 2016 to April 2017 (May 1, 2017) Randy A Hertz ~ Professor of Clinical Law and Vice Dean, Director, Clinical and Advocacy Programs, New York University School of Law
Chapter 3: Suppression Motion Practice in Juvenile Delinquency Cases (May 1, 2017) Randy A Hertz ~ Professor of Clinical Law and Vice Dean, Director, Clinical and Advocacy Programs, New York University School of Law
Chapter 4: Noteworthy Child Welfare Case Law 2016–2017, and Recent Attorney-for-the-Child Case Law Under Rule 7.2 (May 5, 2017) Gary Solomon ~ Director of Legal Support, Juvenile Rights Practice, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 5: Social Media & the Law Wendell Cruz ~ Criminal Litigation Supervisor, Center for Family Representation
Chapter 6: Evidentiary Issues: Electronic Media (May 13, 2016) Jennifer M Gilroy Ruiz ~ Deputy Chief, Family Court Division, New York City Law Department
Melinda Skinner-Cifuentes ~ New York City Law Department
Chapter 7: Children in Court (Outline) Hal Silverman ~ Director of Litigation, Lawyers for Children
Chapter 8: New York State Permanent Judicial Commission on Justice for Children, Tools for Engaging Children in Their Court Proceedings: A Guide for Judges, Advocates and Child Welfare Professionals (2008), http://www.nycourts.gov/ip/justiceforchildren/PDF/PJCJC%20Handbook%20-%20Encouraging%20Child%20in%20Court.pdf Hal Silverman ~ Director of Litigation, Lawyers for Children
Peninna H Oren ~ Supervising Attorney, Family Court Legal Services, NYC Administration for Children's Services
Tamara Schwartz ~ Court Attorney Referee, New York City Family Court
Chapter 9: Children in Court: Resources Hal Silverman ~ Director of Litigation, Lawyers for Children
Peninna H Oren ~ Supervising Attorney, Family Court Legal Services, NYC Administration for Children Svcs
Tamara Schwartz ~ Court Attorney Referee, New York City Family Court
Chapter 10: NYC Administration for Children’s Services, ACS and CUNY Announce Pioneer College Support Initiative for Foster Care Youth (November 2, 2016) Kathleen Hoskins ~ Assistant Commissioner, Office of Education Support and Policy Planning, Child Welfare Programs Support Services, NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 11: The City University of New York, CUNY Start to ASAP (Accelerated Study in Associate Programs) Foster Care Initiative Kathleen Hoskins ~ Assistant Commissioner, Office of Education Support and Policy Planning, Child Welfare Programs Support Services, NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 12: The City University of New York, Youth Matter, Success Track Kathleen Hoskins ~ Assistant Commissioner, Office of Education Support and Policy Planning, Child Welfare Programs Support Services, NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 13: The City University of New York, Youth Matter Kathleen Hoskins ~ Assistant Commissioner, Office of Education Support and Policy Planning, Child Welfare Programs Support Services, NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 14: New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC), 2015–2016 Annual Report, Investing in the Future of New York State Students (select pages) Kathleen Hoskins ~ Assistant Commissioner, Office of Education Support and Policy Planning, Child Welfare Programs Support Services, NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 15: Financial Aid Options for Youth in Foster Care in New York State (PowerPoint slides) Kathleen Hoskins ~ Assistant Commissioner, Office of Education Support and Policy Planning, Child Welfare Programs Support Services, NYC Administration for Children's Services
Chapter 16: Department of Social Services,18 NYCRR 628.3, Classifications of child care reimbursement claiming Laura Daly ~ Legal Director, Education Advocacy Project , Lawyers For Children
Chapter 17: Center for Family Representation, Memorandum, Appointment of a Guardian in a Proceeding Affecting Parental Rights (May 5, 2017) Tehra Coles ~ Litigation Supervisor, Center for Family Representation, Inc.
Chapter 18: New York State Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics, Opinion #746, Representing incapacitated client; petitioning for appointment of guardian; attorney-in-fact under durable power of attorney; representation of oneself as attorney-in-fact/petitioner (July 18, 2001) Tehra Coles ~ Litigation Supervisor, Center for Family Representation, Inc.
Chapter 19: The Legal Aid Society, Consenting to Continued Foster Care for Incapacitated Clients over Age 18 Carolyn Silvers ~ Attorney-in-Charge, Queens Office, Juvenile Rights Practice,, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 20: Judiciary, 22 NYCRR 7.2, Function of the attorney for the child Carolyn Silvers ~ Attorney-in-Charge, Queens Office, Juvenile Rights Practice,, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 21: New York CPLR § 1201. Representation of infant, incompetent person, or conservatee Carolyn Silvers ~ Attorney-in-Charge, Queens Office, Juvenile Rights Practice,, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 22: New York Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 1.6: Confidentiality of Information, available at http://www.nysba.org/professionalstandards/ Carolyn Silvers ~ Attorney-in-Charge, Queens Office, Juvenile Rights Practice,, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 23: New York Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 1.14: Client with Diminished Capacity, available at http://www.nysba.org/professionalstandards/ Carolyn Silvers ~ Attorney-in-Charge, Queens Office, Juvenile Rights Practice,, The Legal Aid Society
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Kelley Burns, NYC Administration for Children's Services
Anastasia Rivera-Bonilla, Center for Family Representation
Carolyn Silvers, The Legal Aid Society
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