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Juvenile Law Section

 

The Bar's newest Section!

 

Provides opportunities for members to enhance professional practice and improve the outcomes of children and families in Abuse/Neglect/Dependent Court and DJJDP Court. Educational topics include trends in child welfare law, interface among juvenile court and schools, and training in non-legal areas of child development/family dynamics, substance abuse / mental health treatment, and domestic violence.

 


 

 

 

2014-15 Chair

2014-15 Vice-Chair

Mitchell R. Feld

Stephanie R. Klitsch

mitchell@cfcrights.org

stephanie@cfcrights.org 

 

 

Staff Liaison: Sara Taylor Moore, Member Networking & Sponsorship Coordinator 
sections@meckbar.org, 704/375-8624 ext.124

 


 

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Upcoming MCB Events
 

10-30-14 Swearing-In Ceremony
All MCB members are invited to attend the Ceremony, RSVP required.

11-6-14 Lawyers' Luncheon Series - Practicing Law in a War Zone
Join your Bar for a monthly lunch meeting to eat, socialize and hear remarks from Stephen Romeo, a MCB member who served with the U.S. Army as a JAG Officer in Kandahar, Afghanistan in 2013. Registration Deadline: 10/31/14

11-12-14 Law & Society Luncheon
The MCB and MBF present this annual luncheon with the keynote address from Michael J. Gerhardt, UNC School of Law Samuel Ashe Distinguished Professor in Constitutional Law & Director, UNC Center for Law and Government and presentation of the Ayscue Professionalism Award.

 

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