Juvenile Law Center Summit

    Project: Research project

    Project Details

    Description

    The purposes of Children and Family Justice Center, Northwestern University Law School Bluhm Clinic’s specific role in the grant from Public Welfare Foundation to Juvenile Law Center is as follows:

    • Collaborate with JLC and Rutgers as the “core team” (aka summit idea originators) on all aspects of the summit including securing funding, preparation, hosting and post summit work.
    • Meet regularly with core team.
    • Continue working on creating a 50-state survey and then analyze the results which will inform both the application process as well as the summit agenda.
    • Update case law regarding the juvenile sex offender registry nationwide
    • Work with JLC and Rutgers to plan the summit including:
    o Hosting the summit at Northwestern
    o Arranging hotel accommodations
    o Securing space, IT support and any additional support that is needed on site from the University.
    o Designing the application approach and protocol
    o Based on the decisions regarding application approach, create an application process and form
    o Screening and selecting participants
    o Developing the agenda
    o Creating and disseminating the materials
    o Identifying and securing summit speakers
    o Identifying and securing note takes for the summit
    o Determine what document, report, notes, will be drafted following the summit and then participate as required in drafting and disseminating post summit materials to participants
    o Decide with other conveners whether summit materials should be disseminated to other states’ which did not participate in the summit
    o Provide, as needed, technical assistance to summit participants
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date8/1/208/31/20

    Funding

    • Juvenile Law Center (PRESPEND)
    • Public Welfare Foundation (PRESPEND)

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