Juvenile Court law is a niche practice area. In this important and critical field, attorneys representing parents in dependency cases want and need trainings in order to be successful in their representation of the clients, but many do not know where or how to start.
Whether the legal training is one-on-one or a large group, or self-guided study, our staff will identify where the skills and knowledge gaps are in the Parent Attorney's legal representation. We will then develop instructional material and organize learning activities for the training, so that ultimately, we have worked together to develop the attorney's skills and enhanced their legal representation.
Through our Program Development service, we will create a plan for how your court or organization can ensure that your Parent Attorneys are properly and effectively representing their clients both in court and out of court.
We will perform a needs assessment for your court or organization, then we will work with you to develop a training, or series of trainings, that will address the specific needs of your court or organization.
The Coach’s primary attention is on strengthening the client’s legal wisdom, thought processes, and directing action toward the future, based on the client’s self-identified agenda. A supportive and non-judgmental environment is created in which to inquire, challenge, and stimulate critical thinking and new ways of handling client representation.
Our Consultant’s primary goal is helping the attorney achieve personal or organizational results through the application of his or her specific expertise. The consultation sessions entails analysis of the attorney's knowledge and experience, so that we can then advise the client on the best course of action for achieving their desired goals.