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April, 2024

Tuesday
23
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Virtual Training Presented by Advancing Real Change Inc. Genograms are powerful tools that can help illustrate detailed family relationships, patterns, and histories. During this webinar, the presenter will discuss how practitioners can create genograms to gain a deeper insight into clients’ life stories, thereby enhancing their ability to support and advocate for them. Attendees will understand the significance of genograms and the ways they can be applied in practice.
Tuesday
23
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This webinar, hosted by the National District Attorney‘s Association (NDAA), will provide practical and creative strategies for keeping kids in school and out of court. Presenters will discuss research on causes of chronic absenteeism, the role of schools and juvenile courts in truancy prevention and intervention, and models/trends involving local prosecutors and probation offices in responding to truancy and other status offenses. Panelists will provide examples of evidence-based programs and practices that effectively reduce absenteeism. OJJDP‘s National Training and Technical Assistance Center will share registration information with NDAA for CLE credit purposes.

May, 2024

Friday
17
Starved Rock Lodge & Conference Center
9:30 AM
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The Illinois Juvenile Defender Resource Center presents this in-person youth sentencing symposium at Starved Rock Lodge in Oglesby, IL. This program will bring together youth defenders from across Illinois to learn about all aspects of youth sentencing. Attendees will learn about recent changes to the law on youth sentencing in Illinois, how to efficiently gather mitigation to aid in sentencing, what programs are available to be part of a youth sentencing plan, and how to create and advocate for the best disposition plan for their youth clients. In addition to hearing from practitioners working in youth sentencing, attendees will hear from an expert in counseling and negotiation experienced in working with youth in the criminal justice system and will give practical insight on how to work with your clients to create a successful sentencing plan and how to negotiate for that that plan. Attendees are expected to earn 5 hours of professional responsibility CLE credit.
Wednesday
29
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The Gault Center and the Georgetown Juvenile Justice Clinic & Initiative invite you to the 2024 Racial Justice Webinar, "Challenging the Status Quo: Mobilizing Youth Defense Teams to Uphold Youth Rights and Uproot Injustice." This year‘s racial justice webinar will focus on a collective call to action for the youth defense community to transform the juvenile legal system by centering youth and their constitutional rights to freedom, liberty, and equality. This webinar will equip youth defenders with practical tools rooted in the National Youth Defense System Standards to uphold and strengthen the constitutional rights of youth as a mechanism to break down systemic and racial injustice. Featuring: Rachel Rossi, Director, Office for Access to Justice, U.S. Department of Justice Cynthia Roseberry, Acting Director, ACLU Justice Division Kristin Henning, Blume Professor of Law, Director, Juvenile Justice Clinic and Initiative, Georgetown Law Brooke Burns, Managing Counsel, Youth Defense Department, Office of the Ohio Public Defender Sarah Johnson, Senior Youth Defense Counsel, Gault Center Sandeep Kandhari, Director, Youth Defense Practice, Center for Family Representation