Lewis Pitts, senior managing attorney for Advocates for Children's Services, a statewide project of Legal Aid of North Carolina, will speak and participate in a Q&A about whether abused and neglected children in the foster care system have a constitutional due process right to counsel. Pitts will also give an overview of his career as an advocate for children's rights both inside and outside the courtroom. Lunch provided. Sponsored by Phi Alpha Delta. For more information, contact Katelyn Love at email@example.com.
Advocating for the Voiceless: Children's Constitutional Right to Counsel
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