Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Law School Fellowships for Adoption, Child Welfare, and Juvenile Law

The National Center for Adoption Law & Policy at Capital University Law School is excited to offer a unique Fellowship opportunity to students applying to law school that are interested in pursuing a career in adoption, child welfare, and/or juvenile law upon graduation.

Please consider forwarding this information to your students.

"When researching which law schools to apply to, I was immediately drawn toward Capital University Law School because of their National Center for Adoption Law and Policy. No other school offered such a specific program devoted to the advocacy of children in the adoption and juvenile law fields. I have no doubt that Capital's NCALP, along with the adoption law fellowship, will allow me the specific resources and direction necessary to join them in being an effective advocate for children within our legal system." – Current 1st Year Fellow

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Adoption Headlines: April 21, 2010


Washington DC: Adoption law change aids foster parents
Nation: African-American babies and boys least likely to be adopted, study shows
Dominican Republic: Russian boy, 12, abandoned in Dominican Republic
Pennsylvania: Man sues agencies over child's adoption