: This comprehensive 18-hour core skills course meets the statutory requirements of Minn. Stat. § 260C.163, subd. 3(i)
and Judicial Council Policy 604
and is designed to equip attorneys who represent parents in CHIPS proceedings with the substantive law and practice skills necessary to be persuasive and effective advocates for their clients.
No program is currently scheduled.
There is no fee for registration, materials, food and beverages during the training, or Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits. Attendees are responsible for all other travel and lodging costs.
Printed materials will not be provided at this event, but will be posted on the Agenda and Participant Materials
tab for access during the conference. Please feel free to print the materials if you prefer paper, or bring your laptop, iPad, or other mobile device to view the materials.