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Complex Issues in Juvenile Court Practice XIV

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Complex Issues in Juvenile Court Practice XIV

Friday, October 28, 2022 - 8:15am

Co-Sponsored by: Creighton University School of Law and The Guardian Ad Litem Project

Now in its 14th year, this seminar addresses more advanced areas of juvenile court practice. This year, we are featuring two presentations of great relevance. While the judiciary is required to maintain its neutrality and to function independently from public pressure, current events show that judges and their families are not immune from risk of harm or even death from those who disagree with their decisions. The same is true of attorneys who work in challenging legal environments where emotions can run high, such as juvenile court cases. We are honored to have John Muffler, MS, CTM, Principal with Aequitas Global Security, LLC, a nationally-recognized expert, who will address these realities and suggest strategies for increasing safety in the courtroom.

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Registration Fee: $100.00
Register online by contacting Colin Dworak at: ColinDworak@creighton.edu or at (402) 280-4062

Upon registration, you will be able to designate whether you are attending in person or remotely; and whether you want to order a copy of Juvenile Court Law and Practice (Thomson-Reuters Pub., 17th Ed., 2022-2023) by Christine P. Costantakos, if a specially discounted rate is approved by the publisher.

Nebraska and Iowa have approved this seminar for 7 hours of CLE credit which includes 1.0 hour of Professional Responsibility/Ethics credit. Credit may also be requested from the Administrative Office of the Nebraska Supreme Court to meet the 3-hour annual Guardian ad Litem Training Requirement.