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03/17/21
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Opioids and the Courts: Difficult Conversations Around Preventing Overdose and Death

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) with support from the State Justice Institute (SJI) is hosting a series of webinars titled Opioids and the Courts- Difficult Conversations. Join NCJFCJ and expert faculty as we explore…

03/09/21
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The Unique Role of Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange in the Family Court System

Download the handoutClick here to watch Segment 1 Presented by Hon. Rosemary Collins (Ret.) and Tiffany Martinez This 90-minute training is based on the Envisioning Solutions for Collaborative Practice Training. This program offers an opportunity…

03/09/21
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Creating Equal Justice for People with Cognitive and Intellectual Disability in Domestic and Sexual Violence Cases

Break from the Bench: What a judge needs to know about… Creating Equal Justice for People with Cognitive and Intellectual Disability in Domestic and Sexual Violence Cases The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ)…

02/24/21
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Understanding and Responding to the Nature and Context of Domestic Violence and its Effects on Children, At-Risk Parents, and Parenting

Presented by Darren Mitchell and Tiffany Martinez This 90-minute training is based on the Envisioning Solutions for Collaborative Practice Training. This program offers an opportunity to engage in strategic thinking and group problem-solving around court and legal issues,…

02/17/21
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Opioids and the Courts: Difficult Conversations Around Harm Reduction

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) with support from the State Justice Institute (SJI) is hosting a series of webinars titled Opioids and the Courts- Difficult Conversations. Join NCJFCJ and expert faculty as we explore…

02/10/21
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Capacity Issues for Cases Involving Elder Abuse

This webinar for judges and judicial officers introduces the concept of capacity as a continuum of abilities to be reviewed in context. Participants will learn how ageist assumptions can lead to unfounded doubts about capacity,…

02/08/21
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Considerations When Ordering Supervised Visitation in Domestic Violence Cases

Break from the Bench: What a judge needs to know about… Considerations When Ordering Supervised Visitation in Domestic Violence Cases The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) invites you to the NCJFCJ’s Break from…

01/29/21
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Recognizing Context and Coercive Controlling Abuse in Intimate Partner Violence

Break from the Bench: What a judge needs to know about… Recognizing Context and Coercive Controlling Abuse in Intimate Partner Violence The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) invites you to the NCJFCJ’s Break…

01/20/21
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Opioids and the Courts: Difficult Conversations Around Prevention and Treatment

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) with support from the State Justice Institute (SJI) is hosting a series of webinars titled Opioids and the Courts- Difficult Conversations. Join NCJFCJ and expert faculty as we explore…

12/16/20
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Opioids and the Courts: Difficult Conversations Around Prevention

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) with support from the State Justice Institute (SJI) is hosting a series of webinars titled Opioids and the Courts- Difficult Conversations. Join NCJFCJ and expert faculty as we explore…

11/17/20
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Making Reasonable Efforts Findings in a Pandemic

This webinar, taught by NCJFCJ Past President Judge R. Michael Key, will assist juvenile and family courts in understanding the importance of examining reasonable efforts during the current pandemic. The webinar will cover why a…

11/16/20
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Part III: Animal Hoarding: Issues in Family Law Cases

This webinar, taught by Emily Lewis, an attorney with the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Dr. Catherine Miller, a professor with the School of Graduate Psychology (SGP), Pacific University, Hillsboro, OR, and Kathleen Wood, an attorney…