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      Child Welfare Law Training

      Spring and summer training sessions

      Twice-yearly training programs feature experts on current topics. 


      Summer 2020 

      This summer's program is by videoconference August 25-26.

      Continuing education

      Continuing legal education or continuing education unit credit is awarded by session.

      To earn CLE credit, you must participate by videoconference for the entire session. You do not earn credit if you connect only by audio.

      Training Materials 

      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

      August 25, 2020

      Session 1: Families First Prevention Services Act, 10 a.m.-11:50 a.m.

      Session 2: Kansas Child Welfare Practice Model, 1 p.m.-1:50 p.m.

      August 26, 2020

      Session 3: Kansas Service Array under Family First Prevention Services Act/Family Preservation/Family Services, 10 a.m.-11:50 a.m.

      Session 4: Legal Ethics, 1 p.m.-1:50 p.m.

      • There are no handouts for this session.


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      Session 1: Family First Prevention Services Act

      Session 2: Kansas Child Welfare Practice Model—Working Alongside Families

      Session 3: Part 1: Kansas Service Array under Family First Prevention Services Act
                        Part 2: Prevention in Kansas

      Session 4: Legal Ethics


      ?Spring 2021 

      ?Spring 2021 Best Practices in Kansas Child Welfare Law, April 19-24, 2021


      Standards for guardians ad litem

      Supreme Court Rule 110A: Standards for Guardians Ad Litem


      Child in Need of Care Code Book

      A compilation of statutes governing the care of children in the court system.
      Child in Need of Care Code Book 


      Juvenile Justice Code Book

      A compilation of statutes governing juveniles in the court system.
      Juvenile Justice Code Book


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