1 Department of Criminal Justice University of Arkansas at Little Rock 2801 S. University Avenue, 507 Ross Hall Little Rock, Arkansas U.S.A. EDUCATION JULIE MARIE BALDWIN Julie Baldwin Updated July Page Ph.D. in Criminology, Law & Society, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Certification: Social Science Methodology Dissertation: Veterans Treatment Courts: Studying Dissemination, Implementation, & Impact of Treatment-Oriented Criminal Courts Chair: Joseph F. Spillane Committee: Marvin D. Krohn, Chris L. Gibson, Jodi Lane, Trysh Travis, & Michael D. White M.A. in Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY Specialization: Criminal Law & Procedure Thesis: Do Drug Courts Work? Mentor: Michael D. White First Reader: Peter C. Moskos B.A. in Criminal Justice, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL Minor: English University Honors EMPLOYMENT Academic Positions 2013 Present Assistant Professor University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Department of Criminal Justice Research Assistant, Rochester Youth Development Study for Marvin D. Krohn University of Florida, Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law Instructor, Participant Pool Research Coordinator, Graduate Assistant University of Florida, Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law Non-Academic Positions Phone: (501) office (904) cell Court Analyst State of New York 2nd Judicial Department Appellate Division, Brooklyn, NY Paralegal & Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) Administrator Kings County Brooklyn District Attorney s Office Appeals Bureau, Brooklyn NY
2 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 2 RESEARCH INTERESTS Courts (Specialized Courts, Judicial Process) Sociology of Law & Deviance Military Service & Crime/Delinquency Drug Policy & Use/Misuse PUBLICATIONS (*Graduate student co-author) Peer-Reviewed Baldwin, J.M. & *Rukus, J. (In Press). Healing the Wounds: An Examination of Veterans Treatment Courts in the Context of Restorative Justice. Criminal Justice Policy Review. DOI: / Stogner, J.M., *Eassey, J.M., Baldwin, J.M., & Miller, B.L. (In Press). Alcohol without Liquid and Non-oral Alcohol Use: Assessing the Prevalence of Non-traditional Routes of Alcohol Administration. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. DOI: /j.drugalcdep Stogner, J.M., Baldwin, J.M., *Eassey, J.M., & Miller, B.L. (In Press). Promoting Pragmatism over Panic: The Case of Alcohol Inhalation and Other Non-traditional Forms of Alcohol Use. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. Baldwin, J.M., Stogner, J.M., & Miller, B.L. (2014). It s 5 o Clock Somewhere: An Examination of the Association between Happy Hour Drinking and Negative Consequences. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 9:17, Baldwin, J.M. (2014). The Veterans Treatment Court Concept in Practice: Issues for Practitioners. Perspectives (The Journal for the American Probation and Parole Association), 38 (1, Winter), Boman, J.H., Young, J., Baldwin, J.M., & Meldrum, C. (2014). Specifying the Sources of Misperception of Peer Deviance: A Tale of Two Levels. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 41 (1), Baldwin, J.M. (2014). Veterans Treatment Courts. Trends in State Courts, 2014 (June), 1-5. Baldwin, J.M., Miller, B.L., Stogner, J., & Hach, S. (2012). The Night the Raving Died: The Social Construction of a Local Drug Panic. Deviant Behavior, 33 (9), Krohn, M.D., Schmidt, N.M., Lizotte, A.J., & Baldwin, J.M. (2011). The Impact of Multiple Marginality on Gang Membership and Delinquent Behavior for Hispanic, African American, and White Male Adolescents. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 27 (1), Krohn, M.D., Thornberry, T.P., Gibson, C.L., & Baldwin, J.M. (2010). The Development and Impact of Self-Report Measures of Crime and Delinquency. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 26 (4),
3 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 3 Manuscripts under Review Baldwin, J.M. Investigating the Programmatic Attack: A National Survey of Veterans Treatment Courts. Submitted to The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. Baldwin, J.M. Whom Do They Serve? A National Examination Veterans Treatment Court Participants and Their Challenges. Submitted to Criminal Justice Policy Review. Baldwin, J.M., & *Eassey, J.M. Substance Use Patterns and Motivations of Veterans Participating in a Veterans Treatment Court. Submitted to Criminal Justice and Behavior. Technical Reports Baldwin, J.M. (2013). Executive Summary: National Survey of Veterans Treatment Courts. Posted on Social Science Research Network. Available at: Top Ten List on SSRN for ejournals: Criminology Law & Society: Public Law, Law & Society: Public Law - Crime, Criminal Law, & Punishment; System & Policy Design in Public Sector; Experimental & Empirical Studies; MRN Operation Research Network; OPER Subject Matter Top Ten List on SSRN Topics: LSN: Criminal Law (Public Law Crime); Criminal Law (Public Law) Top Ten List on SSRN Sub-Topic: Sentencing & Corrections (e.g. Death Penalty, Sentencing Guidelines, Prisoner Rights, etc.) Reposted on the Document Library of the Pennsylvania Mental Health & Justice Center for Excellence: Notable new paper on the Sentencing, Law, and Policy blog: Baldwin, J.M. (2013). The Palm Beach County Veterans Treatment Court: Implementation Evaluation. Baldwin, J.M. (2013). The Palm Beach County Veterans Treatment Court: Program Evaluation Tool. Baldwin, J.M. (2011). Exploratory Case Study: Palm Beach County Veterans Treatment Court. Baldwin, J.M. (2009). Law Guardian Training: New York State Appellate Division, 2 nd Judicial Department. Encyclopedia Entries Baldwin, J.M. (Forthcoming). Longitudinal Research. In Wesley G. Jennings, George E. Higgins, Dave N. Khey, & Mildred M. Maldonado-Molina (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
4 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 4 Baldwin, J.M. (2014). Krohn, Marvin D. In J. Mitchell Miller, Angela R. Gover, Wesley G. Jennings, & Christopher J. Schreck (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology (pp.1-3). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. Baldwin, J.M., Krohn, M.D., & Gibson, C.L. (2014). Self-Report Measures of Crime and Delinquency. In: Michalos AC (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research (pp ) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. Baldwin, J.M. (2011) Revision of the Harrison Act. In Mark A.R. Kleiman & James E. Hawdon (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Drug Policy, Volume 2 (pp ). Beverly Hills, CA: SAGE. COMPETITIVE GRANTS & FUNDING External 2010 Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) NIDA s Secondary Analysis of the National Survey of Parents and Youth Amount Awarded: $1,000 + course fee waiver University 2013 Interdisciplinary Course Proposal, University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) History and Globalization of the Drug Trade. Amount Awarded: $13,200 Co-Awardees: Tusty ten Bensel, Kristen Mann, Kyle Ross Travel Grant, University of Florida (UF) Board of College Councils Amount Awarded: $ Doctoral Research Travel Grant, UF Graduate School Amount Awarded: $4,405 Research Travel Grant, UF Graduate Student Council Amount Awarded: $ Travel Grant, UF Graduate Student Council Amount Awarded: $ Travel Grant, UF Graduate Student Council Amount Awarded: $250 (per year) College 2012 Graduate Travel Grant, UF College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Amount Awarded: $300
5 2010 Graduate Travel Grant, UF College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Amount Awarded: $500 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page Travel Grant, UF College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Student Council Amount Awarded: $100 (per year) Department 2012 Travel Grant, UF Criminology, Law & Society Degree Program Amount Awarded: $650 Grant Proposals under Review Principal Investigator (2014): Courts on the Front Lines: Assessing Impact, Implementation, and Costs/Benefits of Veterans Treatment Courts Funder: National Institute of Justice NIJ (Research and Evaluation on Justice Systems) Amount Requested: $510, Co-Lead Research Partner & Local Project Manager (2014): Coahoma County Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Planning Grant to Address Escalating Gang Violence and Crime in the Brickyard Hot Spot within the City of Clarksdale, Mississippi Fiscal Agent: Coahoma County Sheriff s Office Funder: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance BJA (Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program Grant) Amount Requested: $100, ORIGINAL DATA COLLECTION PROJECTS (*Graduate student on project) Principal Investigator ( ): Female Law Enforcement Study Multi-site in-depth interviews and self-administered surveys (n=in Process) Team: Secondary investigator is Timothy Brown; research assistant is *Ricki Dierenfeldt Principal Investigator (2014): 2-Year Follow-up National Survey of Veterans Treatment Courts National survey of veterans treatment courts (n=tbd) Co-Principal Investigator ( ): The Forced Social Movement: Sex Offender Advocacy Groups National survey of sex offender advocacy groups (n=in Process). Co-principal investigator: Tusty ten Bensel Co-Principal Investigator (2014): A Multi-Site Investigation: Substance Consumption, Behavior, Perceptions, and Peer Networks Self-administered surveys of UALR students (n=in Process) Co-principal investigator: *John Eassey
6 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 6 Principal Investigator ( ): Exploratory and Implementation Evaluation of Palm Beach County Veterans Treatment Court (PBCVTC) Structured observations of VTC sessions and team meetings in-depth interviews with veterans in contact with or participating in the PBCVTC (n=59) Principal Investigator (2012): National Survey of Veterans Treatment Courts National survey of veterans treatment courts (N=114) INVITED PRESENTATIONS Baldwin, J.M., & Thomas, S. (2014). Research Agenda and How to Publish. Doctoral Professional Development Brown Bag Series. Department of Criminal Justice, University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Baldwin, J.M. (2013). Veterans Treatment Courts: National Status and Target Populations in the U.S. Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research Forum, Edmunton, Alberta, Canada. Baldwin, J.M., Boman, J.H., Kienzle, M., & Pavela, G. (2013). Job Market Panel. Gator Criminology Syndicate, University of Florida. Baldwin, J.M., Boman, J.H., & Pavela, G. (2012). Publish or Perish Panel. Florida Society for the Social Sciences, University of Florida. Baldwin, J.M. (2008). The Appellate Paralegal. Department of Paralegal Studies, LaGuardia Community College. Queens, NY. Baldwin, J.M. (2008). Conducting Legal Research. Department of Paralegal Studies, LaGuardia CC. Queens, NY. Baldwin, J.M. (2007). The Criminal Law Paralegal. Department of Paralegal Studies, LaGuardia CC. Queens, NY. NATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & PANELS (*Graduate student co-author) Baldwin, J.M. (2014, November). Examining Change in the Participant Population: An Updated National Examination of Veterans in Veterans Treatment Courts. Paper presented at American Society of Criminology (ASC) Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. Kienzle, M., & Baldwin, J.M.. (2014, November). Is This Enlistment Voluntary? Perceptions of Voluntariness in a Veterans Treatment Court. Paper presented at ASC Conference, San Francisco, CA. Santos, S. & Baldwin, J.M. (2014, November). Misdemeanant Probationers Perspectives of Severity among Criminal Sanctions. Paper presented at ASC Conference, San Francisco, CA.
7 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 7 Baldwin, J.M., & Kienzle, M.R. (2014, February). Perceptions of Justice: The Veteran Experience in Veterans Treatment Courts. Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. *Rukus, J., & Baldwin, J.M. (2014, February). Healing the Wounds: An Examination of Veterans Treatment Courts in the Context of Restorative Justice. Paper presented at ACJS Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Baldwin, J.M. (2013, November). Implementation Issues in Veterans Treatment Courts (VTCs). Paper presented at ASC Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA. Baldwin, J.M. (2013, March). A Case Study of Veterans in Veterans Treatment Courts. Paper presented at ACJS Annual Conference, Dallas, TX. Baldwin, J.M. (2012, November). Veterans Treatment Courts: Discerning National Trends in Dissemination, Structure, and Implementation. Paper presented at ASC Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. Baldwin, J.M. (2012, November). Examining Intermediate Outcomes and Program Implementation of a Veterans Treatment Court. Roundtable at ASC Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. Baldwin, J.M. (2012, March). Getting Inside the Blackbox of a New Specialized Court: Program Evaluation of a Veterans Treatment Court (VTC). Research presented at ACJS Annual Conference, New York, NY. Baldwin, J.M., Fagan, A., & Gibson, C.L. (2011, November). A Multilevel Longitudinal Investigation of Siblings Influences on Substance Use. Paper presented at ASC Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. Baldwin, J.M., Miller, B.L., & Stogner, J. (2011, March). The Day the Raving Died: The Social Construction of a Local Drug Panic. Paper presented at ACJS Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Baldwin, J.M., & Spillane, J.F. (2010, November). The Competing Logics of Drug Courts: Implications for Research. Paper presented at ASC Annual Conference Conference, San Francisco, CA. Baldwin, J.M., & Spillane, J.F. (2010, February). Theoretical Complexity of Drug Courts: Implications for Policy & Practice. Paper presented at ACJS Annual Conference, San Diego, CA. REGIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & PANELS (*Graduate student co-author) Baldwin, J.M. (2014, September). Building Veteran Relationships: Implementation and Perceptions of Mentoring in Veterans Treatment Courts. Paper presented at Southern Criminal Justice Association (SCJA) Annual Conference, Clearwater Beach, FL.
8 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 8 Baldwin, J.M. & *Eassey, J.M. (2013, September). Why Do They Use? An Examination of Vietnam and OIF/OEF/OND Era Substance-Using Veterans in Veterans Treatment Court. Paper presented at SCJA Annual Conference, Virginia Beach, VA. Baldwin, J.M. (2012, September). A Case Study Examination of Substance Using Veterans in Veterans Treatment Court. Research presented at SCJA Annual Conference, Atlantic Beach, FL. Baldwin, J.M., Boman, J.H., Meldrum, R., & Young, J.T.N. (2011, September). Factors Relating to Misperceptions of Peer Delinquency. Paper presented at SCJA Annual Conference, Nashville, TN. Krohn, M., Lopez, G., Baldwin, J.M., Boman, J., & Bice, K. (2011, September). An Examination of the Moderating Effects of Individual Deficits on the Influence of Delinquent Peers. Paper presented at SCJA Annual Conference, Nashville, TN. Baldwin, J.M., & Spillane, J.F. A (2010, September). Theoretical Analysis of Drug Court Treatment Modalities: Implications for Research. Paper presented at SCJA Annual Conference, Clearwater, FL. TEACHING Teaching Interests Courts: Traditional, Specialized, Systems & Processes, Judicial Process Drugs: Use/Misuse, History, Policy, Trade, Crime Law: Criminal, Constitutional, Legal Aspects Sociology of Law: Law & Society, Social Justice, Deviance Punishment & Corrections: History, Reform, Comparative, Special Populations, Diversion, Rehabilitation, Reentry Academic/Career Development: Proseminar, Professional Development, Criminal Justice Careers Policy: Criminal Justice Policy, Crime & Public Policy, Evaluation Crime & the Life Course Courses Taught University of Arkansas at Little Rock Graduate Criminological Theory (Ph.D. & M.A., classroom) Courts (M.S., online) Legal Aspects (M.A. & M.S., online) Undergraduate Judicial Process (online) Criminal Law (online) Legal Aspects (classroom and online) Introduction to Criminal Justice (online) University of Florida Upper-Level Undergraduate Criminal Law (classroom) Drugs & Alcohol/Policy (classroom) Justice Not Blind: An Advanced Examination of Inequality in Criminal Justice System (classroom)
9 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 9 Dissertation Committees 2013 Present Content Chair, Ed.D. Committee: Andrew Fournier, Grand Canyon University SERVICE Service to the Profession American Society of Criminology 2011 Present Program Committee: Division of Corrections and Sentencing 2012 Present Newsletter Committee: Division of Developmental & Life-Course Criminology 2013 Present Newsletter Committee: Division of Corrections and Sentencing 2014 Panel Chair Annual Conference San Francisco, CA: Veterans in Veterans Treatment Courts: Examining Participants, Language, Perceptions, and Progress 2012 Panel Chair Annual Conference Chicago, IL: Drug Court Outcomes Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 2014 Present Nominations and Elections Committee 2014 Panel Chair Annual Conference Philadelphia, PA: Veterans Treatment Courts: Examining Veteran Experience, Perception, and Success 2012 Panel Chair Annual Conference New York, NY: Specialty Court I: New Ventures 2010 Panel Chair Annual Conference San Diego, CA: Substance Abuse and Effects Review Activities Manuscript Reviewer Social Problems Criminal Justice Policy Review Social Science Quarterly Epidemiologic Reviews Journal of Family Strengths Book Reviewer SAGE ( ) Wiley-Blackwell Publishing ( ) Cengage ( ) McGraw Hill Publishing ( ) Proposal Reviewer American Psychological Association American Psychology-Law Society (Division 41)
10 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 10 Service to the University University of Arkansas at Little Rock 2014 Present Committee on Committees Taste of Little Rock Committee 2013 College of Professional Studies Representative: Undergraduate Recruitment in Fayetteville and Rogers, AR University of North Florida Co-Founder, Vice President, & Social Chair: UNF Alumni in New York President: Envoy Student Alumni Association Envoy Student Alumni Association Council Head: Leadership Council Resident Assistant Service to the Department Criminal Justice, University of Arkansas at Little Rock 2014 Present Faculty Advisor: Criminal Justice Society Co-Chair: Criminal Justice Alumni Committee PhD Funding and Admissions Committee Recruitment and Retention Committee 2013 Present Faculty Advisor: The CJ Insider (Department Newsletter) 2014 UALR Annual Explore the Majors 2013 Chair: Criminal Justice Promotional Materials Committee Sociology and Criminology & Law, University of Florida 2010 Present Graduate Student Mentor President: Gator Criminology Syndicate Graduate Student Advisory Council Graduate Student Representative: Hiring Committee Vice-President: Gator Criminology Syndicate Editor: The Criminal Gator (Department Newsletter) Recruitment Organizer: Criminology, Law & Society Degree Program Graduate Student Representative: Faculty Meeting Gator Criminology Syndicate Service to the Community 2014 Present Researcher: Arkansas Veterans Coalition 2015 Legislative Initiative 2013 Present Registration: Rob Williams Charity Golf Tournament Researcher: Partnership in the Prevention of Substance Abuse 2014 Media Interviews Yahoo! News Journalist Liz Goodwin (June). Criminal Courts Tailored to Veterans Multiply as Wars Wind Down. Interview on veterans treatment courts.
11 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 11 Columbia Magazine (May). Veterans courts: Combating the return home. Interview on veterans treatment courts. Fox 16 (March). Interview on bullying. KTHV CBS 11 (February). Interview regarding capture of Mexican drug lord El Chapo Guzman and its impact on Arkansas. KATV Channel 7 (February). Interview regarding Mexican drug lord El Chapo Guzman and methamphetamines in Arkansas. Texas Veteran Commission (January). Interview on veterans treatment courts Media Interviews KTHV-TV Nightly News (July). Interview concerning drug manufacture, sales, and possession in light of the large marijuana grow bust in Little Rock, AR. Columbia University School of Journalism Kathryn Brenzel (July). Interview on veterans treatment courts AWARDS & HONORS 2013 Most Innovative Dissertation Award, Gator Criminology Syndicate University of Florida, Colleague Nominated & Competitive Outstanding Data Collection Award, Gator Criminology Syndicate University of Florida, Colleague Nominated & Competitive Outstanding Graduate Student, Southern Criminal Justice Association (SCJA) $250 Honorarium, Faculty Nominated & Competitive 2012 & 2013 Most Innovative Dissertation Award, Gator Criminology Syndicate University of Florida, Colleague Nominated & Competitive 2011 & 2012 Most Service to the Department, Department of Sociology & Criminology and Law University of Florida, Colleague Nominated & Competitive Dean s List, John Jay College of Criminal Justice 2001 Southeast Region Teacher s Association Scholarship $1,000 Scholarship, Competitive 2001 Suwannee University of the South Award for Excellence PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS American Society of Criminology (2009-Present) Division of Corrections and Sentencing (2009-Present) Division of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology (2012-Present) Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (2009-Present) Southern Criminal Justice Association (2009-Present)
12 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 12 SPECIAL TRAINING (Research & Legal) 2014 Rigorous Research Helps Determine What Works: Justice Research and Statistics Association, Dr. Thomas E. Feucht, Executive Senior Science Advisor and Acting Deputy Director National Institute of Justice 2013 Accomplishing and Interpreting Qualitative Interview Data: ASC, Dr. Jody Miller and Dr. Carbone-Lopez Working with Data from the Pathways to Desistance Study: ICPSR Decoding the DSM-5: Sophia F. Dziegielewski, University of Central Florida Issues in the Health of Military Personnel, Veterans and Their Families: Canadian Institute for Military & Veteran Health Research Kognito: At-Risk for University & College Faculty Training Maps and the Geospatial Revolution: Pennsylvania State University ACS Data for Small Geographic Areas and Population Subgroups: Population Reference Bureau, United States Census Bureau, and The Annie E. Casey Foundation Statistics: Princeton University Effectively Leading and Managing the Online Course: CENGAGE Learning Seven Steps to Service Learning: A Practical Approach to Course Design 2012 NVivo the Basics: University of Florida, Sociology and Criminology & Law Department Policy Evaluation: University of Florida, Political Science Department 2011 Rochester Youth Development Study: University of Albany (SUNY) and University of Maryland. Program Evaluation: University of Florida, Criminology & Law Program SAS Workshop: University of Florida, Sociology and Criminology & Law Department NVivo 9.1 Short Course: University of Florida, Educational Research 2010 Statistical Methods for Analyzing Criminological Panel Data: ASC Missing Data Seminar: University of Florida, Criminology & Law Using R: University of Florida, Educational Psychology National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Secondary Analysis of the National Survey of Parents & Youth: ICPSR State of New York Supreme Court Appellate Division, 2nd Judicial Department: Drugs & Addiction (Seven Session Series): Basics on Drugs & Addiction; Treatment Options for Adolescents & Adults; Relapse; Family Perspective on Addiction, Treatment, & Recovery; Child Perspective on Addiction Treatment, & Recovery; What Do Treatment Providers Think & Say?; Moving Towards Change Judicial Institute Training: Role of the Attorney for the Child The Impact of Prenatal Exposure to Alcohol and Substance Abuse: A Look at Cognitive and Behavioral Development
13 Julie Baldwin Updated July Page 13 Informational Session on Drug Testing New Alternatives to Detention Programs The Implications of Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. & Frye v. U.S. Standards of Admissibility on Expert Testimony and the Cross- Examination of a Mental Health Expert Project Family Connect-Children with Incarcerated Parents, A New Program Being Offered by CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Two-Part Fundamental Training Series: Overview of New York State Court System as It Relates to Family Law Litigation, Historical/Cultural Perspective of Custody Litigation, Cultural Diversity including Gender and Disabilities, Family Offense/Domestic Violence Legal Aspects and Psychological Dynamics, Content of Forensic Reports, Trial and Courtroom Procedure Library Resources for the Attorney Practicing in Family Court The Role of the Attorney for the Child: The Impact of Rule 7.2, Function of the Attorney for the Child, Summary of Responsibilities of the Attorney for the Child and Recent Caselaw Immigration Issue Affecting Children in the Court System Probation Initiatives & Mentoring: Case Law Update Two-Part Series: Aging Out Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings: Pre-Petition Hearings & Remand/Parole Arguments Legislative Update & Indian Child Welfare Act An Introduction to 22 NYCRR Part 623 & Using Mental Health Professionals
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