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Prof. Amy Stein Judges Briefs for 2016 National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare & Adoption Law

Amy R. Stein, Professor of Legal Writing, Assistant Dean for Adjunct Instruction, and Coordinator of the Legal Writing Program

Professor Amy Stein served as a brief judge in the National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare and Adoption Law for the seventh time.

The topic for the 2016 competition, which will be held on March 11-12, is “Permanency for Youth in Foster Care: Are There Any Guarantees?”

The annual competition is sponsored by the Family and Youth Law Center at Capital Law School.

View more details of the 2016 competition.

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