Thanks to everyone for a successful 2015 CLI conference! Click here for a direct link to the workshops and presentation materials from this year’s conference.
Check back in March for a 2015 summary report and information about proposals for next year’s conference.
The Children’s Law Institute (CLI) is a statewide, multi-disciplinary conference addressing issues of importance in child welfare and juvenile justice. Over more than twenty years it has grown from a small gathering of lawyers to an event attracting over 1,000 educators, child welfare workers, judges, lawyers, juvenile justice personnel, advocates, foster parents, young people, lawmakers, and others. The CLI has a well-earned reputation for providing New Mexico with the most up-to-date information on the law, best practices and changing trends locally and nationally, as well as vital opportunities to network and share information.
The CLI is organized in a multi-agency collaboration led by the Children’s Court Improvement Commission of the New Mexico Supreme Court and sponsored by the Southwest Region National Child Protection Training Center at New Mexico State University, the NM Children Youth and Families Department (CYFD) Protective Service and Juvenile Justice Divisions, the UNM School of Law’s Corinne Wolfe Children’s Law Center, the Rozier E. Sanchez Judicial Education Center, the NM CASA Network and a number of community organizations.