Advocacy Exchange: Overcoming the Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Court Involvement

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Shriver Center logoThe Clearinghouse Community, part of the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, will be holding the April episode of the Advocacy Exchange webcast, entitled Overcoming the Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Court Involvement, on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm Eastern.

The Advocacy Exchange is a monthly conversation hosted by the Clearinghouse Community with advocates advancing change.

Difficulty obtaining housing, employment, and education: the collateral consequences of involvement with the criminal justice system are well known. But many youth who have been involved in the juvenile court system face these same barriers. A partnership between juvenile defenders and civil legal aid can give youth the comprehensive legal representation they need to overcome these collateral consequences.

Join the April 2018 episode of the Advocacy Exchange, to hear a discussion with a juvenile defender and a civil legal aid attorney who have partnered with their counterparts to represent youth facing the collateral consequences of juvenile court involvement. Serena Holthe, Special Counsel, Post-Disposition at the National Juvenile Defender Center, and Sabrina Forté, Staff Attorney at Bay Area Legal Aid’s Youth Justice Project, will explain how these partnerships work and why they are effective.

For more, be sure to read Serena Holthe and Hillela Simpson’s new Clearinghouse article, “Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Court Involvement: An Opportunity for Partnership.” 

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