Alumni, faculty, scholars and students will gather to mark the 15th anniversary of the UVA Law Child Advocacy Clinic on Oct. 18-19. The conference will cover topics such as emerging constitutional theories for the protection of children and strategies to break down the school-to-prison pipeline. It will also feature panels aimed at law students interested in working in child advocacy or public interest careers, as well as those interested in pro bono work at law firms. Martha Levick, deputy director, chief counsel and co-founder of the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia, will deliver the keynote address, "The Same, Only Different: The Re-emergence of Constitutional Rights for Children," during lunch at noon on Friday, Oct. 18. View the schedule and more
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