N.C. Bar Association Juvenile Justice and Children’s Rights Section Discusses Raise the Age in Annual Meeting

NCBA JJCR Section Group

On Thursday, May 10, 2018, the North Carolina Bar Association Juvenile Justice and Children’s Rights Section held its annual meeting and training.  The topic was Raise the Age: A New Era for Juvenile Justice in North Carolina.  Speakers and panels focused on the impact of raise the age, not only in juvenile delinquency court, but also on child welfare, education and mental health.  Discussions also included the impact of school justice partnerships, as well as what attorneys should do now in representing 16- and 17-year-olds.  The Section also recognized its 20th anniversary, and celebrated by awarding its inaugural Children’s Champion Award to Deana K. Fleming, for her outstanding service to youth and to the Section.

 

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