Presented by: Crossroads For Florida Kids, Inc. and Florida’s Children First, Inc. on October 27, 2017.
Sponsored by: The Trial Lawyers and litigation Section of the Hillsborough County Bar Association & The Hillsborough County Bar Foundation
Presenters: Robin Rosenberg, Deputy Director of Florida’s Children First; Honorable Katherine G. Essrig (Thirteenth Judicial Circuit); Crossroads Pro Bono Attorneys Stephen Todd (Senior Asst. County Attorney) and Stacy Appleton (Supervisory Attorney Advisor for the Social Security Administration); and Selina O’Shannon, Senior Advocate-Investigator for Disability Rights Florida
Florida Bar CLE Approval (apply online at www.floridabar.org)
Course Title: Kids in Foster Care: Rights, Remedies & Relationships
Reference No: 1707453N
CLE Provider: Crossroads For Florida Kids, Inc.
Number of Credits: General 6.0
Approval Period: 10/27/2017 – 4/27/2019
Certification Credits: Adoption Law 6.0; Juvenile Law 6.0
Robin Rosenberg details the legal bases for rights of children in foster care, to assist their lawyers in evaluating legal needs and planning advocacy. Ms. Rosenberg also discusses practical tips for nurturing natural relationships in the lives of kid clients, and closes the training with a 2017 legislative update. Honorable Katherine G. Essrig speaks about the expectations of the judiciary in dependency cases. Stephen Todd and Selina O’Shannon address the topic of education, and Stacy Appleton presents a primer on social security benefits.
A training notebook is available for Crossroads For Florida Kids pro bono attorneys. Contact Rosemary Armstrong to obtain one, or to learn more about becoming a Crossroads attorney, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please view Kids in Foster Care: Rights, Remedies & Relationships via the following three video links: