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The Second Annual Conference on Youth Development and Juvenile Justice at Rutgers University-Newark is supported by the following partners: Rutgers University School of Social Work and the Northeast Juvenile Defender Center.

AGENDA:

Second Annual Rutgers-Newark Conference on Youth Development and Juvenile Justice

Friday, June 9, 2017 Room 070

http://youthviolence.rutgers.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/SECOND-ANNUAL-CONFERENCE-ON-YOUTH-DEVELOPMENT-AND-JUVENILE-JUSTICE-AGENDA.pdf


8:30 AM - Registration and light refreshments

9:30 AM - Welcome and introductions

Conference welcome from Paul Boxer, Rutgers Department of Psychology

Opening remarks from Ron Chen, Dean, Rutgers School of Law

10:00 AM - Morning Lecture: “BRENDAN DASSEY – A TRUE STORY OF A FALSE CONFESSION” (Introduction by Laura Cohen, Rutgers School of Law)

Steven Drizin, JD, Clinical Professor of Law and Assistant Dean of the Bluhm Legal Clinic, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law School

11:15 AM - Break

11:30 AM - Special Report: “THE STATUS OF JUVENILE JUSTICE REFORM AND PROGRESS IN NEW JERSEY: NEW FRONTIERS FOR THE JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION”

Jennifer LeBaron, PhD, Deputy Executive Director, NJ Juvenile Justice Commission

12:15 PM - Lunch

1:15 PM - Afternoon Lecture: “TRAUMA SCREENING IN JUVENILE JUSTICE: LESSONS LEARNED AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR POLICY AND PRACTICE” (Introduction by Paul Boxer, Rutgers Department of Psychology)

Dr. Keith Cruise, Associate Professor of Psychology, Associate Chair of Undergraduate Studies Fordham University

2:30 PM - Break

2:45 PM - Panel Discussion: “ADDRESSING TRAUMA AND RELATED ISSUES IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM: A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE”

Confirmed Panelists – Steven Campos (Hudson Partnership CMO), Paula Getty (Office of the Public Defender, Essex County Juvenile Division), Amy Godfrey (Partnership for Children of Essex), and Edwin Lee, Jr. (NJ Juvenile Justice Commission).

4:30 PM - Closing Remarks by Dr. Paul Boxer

For more detail on agenda items, visit

http://youthviolence.rutgers.edu/annual-conference/


SOCIAL WORK CE CREDITS

For continuing education credits in social work you can receive 6 credits for $20. Please click on the link below to make a payment:

http://ssw-web.rutgers.edu/ssw/ce/index.php?m=catalog&cid=1720


CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION CREDITS (CLE)

For continuing legal education you can receive credits as indicated below:

NJ: 6.0 | NY:6.0 | PA: 5.0 provided by Rutgers Institute for Professional Education.

CLE Fee: $100 or $50 for public interest attorneys.

**Please bring a check the day of the conference and provide it upon registration. The check should be made payable to: Rutgers Law School**




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