If you have questions about scholarships to this year’s events, please email CCscholarships@txcourts.gov.
Information on scholarships will be available on this webpage and also through announcements via the Children’s Commission’s Resource Letters for Judges and Attorneys. If you do not currently receive announcements from the Children’s Commission and would like to be added to our electronic distribution list, please link here to sign up today!
The NCJFCJ 85th Annual Conference will be held on July 17-20, 2022 in Reno, Nevada. This conference generally features plenary sessions on family law, juvenile justice, child welfare, and family violence. More information about the conference is available on the NCJFCJ website.
The 2022 TexasBarCLE Advanced Family Law Course is scheduled for August 8-11, 2022 in San Antonio. The one-day Child Abuse and Neglect (CAN) Workshop is generally held on Wednesday during AFL, which would fall on August 10, 2022. More information will be available on the TexasBarCLE website.
The registration fee for the Workshop is waived for Texas judges by TexasBarCLE. Judges wishing to attend the Child Abuse and Neglect Workshop should contact TexasBarCLE directly.
Each year, the NACC hosts a three-day training that convenes a national community of multidisciplinary advocates for children, youth, and families and usually covers a wide variety of topics. In most years, the conference also includes a one-day pre-conference training focused on the Red Book Training course, which covers the major competency areas based upon the NACC publication, Child Welfare Law and Practice (known as the “The Red Book”). The Red Book Training prepares attendees for the NACC Child Welfare Law Specialist certification exam.
The NACC’s 45th National Child Welfare Law Conference is scheduled for August 22-24, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland. A pre-conference session is also scheduled for August 21, 2022. More information is available on the NACC website.