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About the course
This North Carolina Judicial College course is intended for judges with experience presiding over juvenile proceedings. The course examines a specialized topic that relates to juvenile proceedings. Because juvenile law involves abuse, neglect, dependency, termination of parental rights, juvenile justice, education, and health care matters, the specialized topic will vary from course offering to course offering. Past courses have addressed: the intersection between school issues and juvenile proceedings; fatherhood issues in abuse, neglect, and dependency actions; and serious and violent offenders in juvenile delinquency court.
The course is designed to provide district court judges an opportunity to work with their peers in a small group setting. It is a multi-day course that is offered every other year, typically in the Spring of even years (i.e., May 2014, 2016, etc). It meets the continuing judicial education requirements of six hours each biennium in order to maintain juvenile certification.
Topics - Courts and Judicial Administration
- Juvenile Law
Who should attend
- Public Officials - Courts and Judicial Administration Roles
- District Court Judges
- Juvenile Court
Trust the experts
Sara DePasquale joined the School of Government in 2013. She specializes in child welfare law in North Carolina and teaches and consults with judges, social services attorneys, parent attorneys, and other law professionals. Her publications include Fathers and Paternity: Applying the Law in North...
Jacquelyn "Jacqui" Greene joined the School’s legal faculty in 2018 to focus on juvenile justice. Before coming to the School, she was program area director for the New York–based consultancy firm Policy Research Associates. She also served as executive director of the New York State Governor’s C...