Duke Law School and the Center for Adoption Policy will be hosting a conference to discuss current topics in foster care, including the Family First Prevent Services Act of 2018, advocates working with children and families separated at the US border during 2018, the Opioid Crisis, and a focus on NC Foster Care. More information can be found at the conference website (https://law.duke.edu/conferences/2018/adoptionlaw/). To register, please go to https://events.duke.edu/silent-victims18, registration required for head count. The registration fee is $35 and free to the Duke Community. A continental breakfast and bagged lunch will be provided. We will also offer CLE credit hours. Registration will close on November 14 at 5pm. If you have any questions, please email Bonnie.Millis@law.duke.edu.
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