Multi-Systemic Advocacy In Juvenile Court

Annual Juvenile Justice Conference

9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday, April 24, 2009
Suffolk University Law School
120 Tremont St., Boston

The annual Juvenile Justice conference, sponsored by the Juvenile Justice Center at Suffolk University Law School, presents Multi-Systemic Advocacy in Juvenile Court.

Successfully handling juvenile delinquency cases requires much more than simply knowing the law. Children are required to attend school and may have immigration issues, involvement with state agencies, such as DCF, or mental health needs.

This comprehensive day-long conference will give information on how to navigate the various systems to get the best outcome for juvenile clients involved in the delinquency system.

Information will be provided on how to maneuver through the maze of state agencies, what resources are available to youth in the juvenile justice system, and how to access services and use them for a favorable outcome, while avoiding havingyouth ending up in detention or committed to DYS.

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