: This comprehensive 18-hour core skills course was designed to equip attorneys who represent parents in Child in Need of Protection or Services (CHIPS) proceedings with the substantive law and practice skills necessary to be persuasive and effective advocates for their clients.
Currently, the State Court Administrator has approved a virtual, on-demand core skills training curriculum from Mitchell Hamline’s Institute to Transform Child Protection (ITCP)
that is available at a low cost to interested parent attorneys. To register, please go to ITCP's event page
. For questions about registration, please contact Katie Olson at Katie.Olson@mitchellhamline.edu