Event Title

The Transition from Child Welfare to Child & Family Well-Being: The Role of Racial Equity and Social Networks and Models for Engaged Research

Streaming Media

Location

Washington, DC

Event Website

https://www.law.edu/news-and-events/2022/02/2022-0211-law-review-symposium.html

Start Date

11-2-2022 2:00 PM

End Date

11-2-2022 3:00 PM

Description

Dean Mary Graw Leary, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research, began the afternoon session of the symposium by providing opening remarks for the fourth set of speakers. She noted the particular timeliness of the symposium's subject matter and concluded, "we pride ourselves on having impactful dialogue and this symposium is another fine example of that." Graw Leary then introduced the speakers.

The fourth presentation of the day was a data-driven analysis of the child welfare system's past, how that history informs current relationships with families in the system, and what are known to be necessary changes for the future of the child welfare system.

Share

COinS
 
Feb 11th, 2:00 PM Feb 11th, 3:00 PM

The Transition from Child Welfare to Child & Family Well-Being: The Role of Racial Equity and Social Networks and Models for Engaged Research

Washington, DC

Dean Mary Graw Leary, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research, began the afternoon session of the symposium by providing opening remarks for the fourth set of speakers. She noted the particular timeliness of the symposium's subject matter and concluded, "we pride ourselves on having impactful dialogue and this symposium is another fine example of that." Graw Leary then introduced the speakers.

The fourth presentation of the day was a data-driven analysis of the child welfare system's past, how that history informs current relationships with families in the system, and what are known to be necessary changes for the future of the child welfare system.

https://scholarship.law.edu/law_review_symposia/2022/children/5