Registration Fee:

$135

 

SHOW ME THE MONEY!
Financial and Other Resources for Georgia's Children

RECORDED JANUARY 31, 2013

Archived Webcast

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Professionalism Hour and 1 Trial Practice Hour

Co-Sponsor:
Child Protection and Advocacy Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Richard A. Horder, Program Chair, Kazmarek Geiger & Laseter LLP, Atlanta

Welcome and Overview of Program
Nicki N. Vaughan, Chair, Child Protection and Advocacy Section, State Bar of Georgia; Chief Assistant Public Defender, Northeastern Judicial Circuit, Gainesville

The Status of Georgia’s Children: Past and Present
Gaye Morris Smith, Executive Director, Georgia Family Connection Partnership, Atlanta
Sue Hitchcock, Georgia Family Connection Partnership, Atlanta

Navigating Financial and Other Resources for Georgia’s Children
Linda S. Lowe, Georgia Legal Services Program, Atlanta
Vicky O. Kimbrell, Georgia Legal Services Program, Atlanta

Education Planning and Educational Resources
Jonathan Zimring, The Zimring Law Firm, Atlanta

The View from Juvenile Court
Hon. Robert L. Waller, III, Judge, Juvenile Court of Gwinnett County, Lawrenceville
Adoption Benefits and Other Resources for Adopted Children
Sherry V. Neal, Neal & Wright, LLC, Atlanta
Incentivizing Children’s Rights: Funding implications for Child Welfare Policy
Melissa D. Carter, Executive Director, Barton Child Law and Policy Center, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta

Long Term Planning for the Special Needs Child: Special Needs Trusts and Other Resources
David P. Pollan, The Pollan Law Firm, Atlanta