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The National Conference on Juvenile and Family Law is looking for presenters.  If you have a cutting edge program, or something to say about juvenile delinquency, family law, substance abuse, child abuse and other topics of interest to juvenile and family court professionals, you can apply to be a presenter.  The deadline for proposals is September 15.  The conference is set for March 27-17 in Reno, NV.  Send questions to Diane Barnette, Director, Conference Planning and Marketing:

This conference does not pay speakers for travel or lodging, and there are no honorariums. But  the NCJFCJ will waive the one-day registration fee for a speaker, and it does offer a reduced rate for the rest of the conference.

To apply, click here.

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