Representing the Child in Dependency Proceedings


A webcast presented by
Janet G. Sherwood, Attorney at Law, CWLS


2 hours MCLE, .5 hour ethics credit

Duration: 2 hours

$95 Fee

After your payment has been processed, you will receive an email receipt with a link to the webcast registration page with a password. Please provide your name, email, state bar number, and enter the password provided.


After completing the webcast, please return to this page to download the MCLE Activity Evalution Form (click here). In order to receive your MCLE Certificate of Attendance, you must email this completed evaluation form to [email protected]. Upon receiving your completed MCLE Evaluation Form, Advokids will supply you with an MCLE Certificate of Attendance.

This training covers the duties of the attorney appointed to represent the child in California dependency proceedings, as prescribed by the Welfare & Institutions Code and the California Rules of Court. It addresses ethical issues that may arise during the representation and the views of national experts, including the ABA, on how these ethical issues should be handled. It also covers specific areas of substantive dependency law that particularly affect the child and with which the competent child's attorney should be conversant. 

If you have questions, please call Advokids at 415-924-0587
or email [email protected]

Advokids / Southern California
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Beverly Hills, CA 90210