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NCJFCJ's 2020 National Conference on Juvenile Justice Has Been Postponed

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The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges’ (NCJFCJ) mission is to provide all judges, courts, and related agencies involved with juvenile, family and domestic violence cases with the knowledge and skills to improve the lives of the families and children who seek justice. Our nation’s judicial officers, court masters, court administrators, social workers, mental health professionals, attorneys, and law enforcement must be healthy in order to fulfill this mission. As we face this global health crisis, with the safety and wellbeing of our participants in mind, the NCJFCJ has decided to postpone the 2020 National Conference on Juvenile Justice that was to take place in Pittsburgh, March 22-25, 2020.

The NCJFCJ team has worked diligently to put together a robust educational conference focused on improving the juvenile justice system that our national and international participants can take home to their communities. The hard work and effort for this conference by the NCJFCJ staff, members, Board of Directors, faculty, exhibitors, and sponsors will happen at a later date. We are looking at new dates for the conference, and will be sharing more information soon, including how registration fees will be credited to the NCJFCJ’s upcoming conferences: the 83rd Annual Conference in July or the rescheduled 2020 National Conference on Juvenile Justice.

Thank you for your understanding. Your health and wellbeing are our top priorities, so you can continue your work serving children, families, and individuals in juvenile and family justice.