San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The DePaul Law Review’s 24th Annual Symposium will focus on Mental Health Law, specifically addressing the hot topics from the perspectives of the foremost professionals who continuously work within this area building solutions to improve mental health services. Academics, practicing attorneys, psychiatrists, psychologists, and other experts will examine the issues and purported solutions concerning specific areas of mental health law, including the criminal justice system, involuntary commitment, confidentiality laws, and integrated health services, A wide array of topics will be covered with an overarching goal of connecting these diverse areas to understand the larger issues and effectively improve mental health services.
This symposium will offer up to 7.25 hours of CLE credits to include 1.5 hours of professional responsibility credits.
The tentative schedule is as follows:
8:00 - 9:00
Continental Breakfast and Registration
Featured Speaker, Professor Mark Heyrman "Show Me the Money: Why Legal Standards and Procedures for Involuntary Treatment Mean Very Little, But the Availability of Services Means A Lot."
Panel 1: "Confronting Mental Health Challenges in the Criminal Justice System" Panelists: Judge Paul Biebel, Dr. Anderson Freeman, Dr. Melvin Hinton, James Carpenter; Moderator: Professor Jan Brakel
Dr. Daniel Yohanna "The Future of Psychiatry: Responding to Changing Health Care Laws"
LUNCH & LUNCH PANEL "Connecting the Pieces of Mental Health Law: Question and Answer Segment" Panelists: Professor Mark Heyrman, Dr. Melvin Hinton, Joe Monahan, Dr. Daniel Yohanna, Mark Ishaug; Moderator: Dr. Anderson Freeman
Panel 2: "Changes in Confidentiality of Mental Health Records" Panelists: Rob Connor, Joseph Monahan, Elizabeth LaRocca, Kerri McBride; Moderator: Professor Bruce Ottley
Ben Wolf "Improving Mental Health Systems Through Class Action Lawsuits."
Panel 3: "Delivery of Integrated Behavioral Health Services: Making Managed Care Work in Illinois" Panelists: Mark Ishaug, David Jose, Robert Mendonsa; Moderator: Professor Freeman Farrow
4:45 - 5:00:
Dr. Michael Fogel- Closing Remarks
For any questions, please contact Jenna Moran at firstname.lastname@example.org