Monday, November 13, 2006

ABA and Harvard Co-Host Child Advocacy Conference

Harvard Law School’s recently launched Child Advocacy Program (CAP) will host its first-ever conference, in conjunction with the  ABA Center
on Children and the Law (CCL):

“Promoting Children’s Interests: Preparation, Practice & Policy”
April 13-15, 2007
Cambridge, MA

Pre-conference:  9 AM – 12:30 PM on Fri., April 13
General conference:  1:00 PM on Fri., April 13 through 1:00 PM on Sun., April 15

Conference updates – including session topics and presenters, conference and hotel registration information, and a detailed conference schedule – will be posted on the conference website.:

The ABA has held this conference in prior years and regularly attracted a broad range of practitioners and policy-makers.  With
Harvard Law School’s CAP involved this year, the scope of the conference will be broadened with sessions designed for those in the academic world, including law school deans, legal scholars, clinicians, social scientists, child advocacy programs and those interested in starting such programs.

For more information, email capconference@law.harvard.edu or call

617.496.8852

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