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The Guardian ad Litem’s Guide to In re Sloane O. and Ethics Opinion 15-04
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When: Thursday, March 17, 2016
12:45 PM
Where: Metropolitan Community College, Fort Omaha Campus, Building 10 Room 110
5370 N. 30th St.
Omaha, Nebraska  68111

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*Nebraska MCLE #121471. Iowa MCLE #218890. 3 hours, including 1 hour ethics. (Regular/Live credit)
*Nebraska MCLE #121469. Iowa MCLE #218891. 3 hours, including 1 hour ethics. (Distance learning credit)
*This program has been approved for GAL credit.
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Registration Fees
$180 - Regular Registration
$135 - (25% discounted price for NSBA dues-paying members)
$10 - Law Students

This seminar will feature a panel of professionals with expertise in juvenile law discussing In re Sloane O. and its impact on children and parents, and policies, procedures
and best practices going forward. The discussion will also focus on how to work with the offending parent, what reunification efforts are needed, under what circumstances the child will be reunified with the parent, and what to do when there is no outstanding custody order. The final hour will include a discussion of Nebraska Ethics Advisory Opinion for Lawyers 15-04, which examines whether an attorney may enter directly into a contract for fees as a Guardian ad Litem with a county board, bypassing the administrative court
orders for court-ordered payment, when that county attorney’s office files the original petition and represents a separate party in the case.

Panel members: Christine Henningsen, The Honorable Lawrence D. Gendler, Neleigh Boyer, Aimee Hough, Gail Steen, Mark Porto

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