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Prof. Andrew Schepard Speaks on How to Better Support Families in Dissolution and Transition

Andrew Schepard, Max Schmertz Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Children, Families and the Law

Andrew Schepard, the senior associate dean for academic affairs and Max Schmertz Distinguished Professor of Law, on April 13, 2016, served on the panel “How Can NYS Better Support Families in Dissolution and Transition: Perspectives from the Judiciary, Academia, a Practitioner, and the Legislature.”

The panel was presented for the third annual Carol Bellamy Lecture Series: Giving Voice to the Child.

The event, held at the offices of  Chadbourne & Parke in Manhattan, was sponsored by FamilyKind, a New York City nonprofit organization offering education and support services to adults and children experiencing separation or divorce.

View more details of the event.

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