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Section Newsletter Articles From Ellen Pauling

From the former Chair By Ellen Pauling Child Law, July 2005 Our CLE on Abuse/Neglect Law was a great success and those of you who did not attend should make a point of attending the next CLE.
From the chair By Ellen Pauling Child Law, April 2005 This year is a great year for the council. The dedication of our members is unmatched.
From the Chair By Ellen Pauling Child Law, December 2004 Our symposium in October on Sex Offenders was a great success. The facilities at Northwestern University School of Law were outstanding and approximately 144 attended.
From the Chair By Ellen Pauling Child Law, October 2004 This year promises to be an excit- ing one in juvenile justice. I am honored to be chair for 2004- 2005.
Case law update By Ellen Pauling Child Law, March 2004 The court found that section 1 (D)(q) of the Adoption Act, the conviction of attempted murder of a child is identified as a grounds for parental unfitness, violates neither the due process nor equal protection clauses of the constitution because evidence of the respondent subsequent rehabilitation can be presented at best interests hearings.
Case law update By Ellen Pauling Child Law, December 2003 Recent cases of interest.
Case law update By Ellen Pauling International and Immigration Law, December 2003 Recent cases of interest
Case law update By Ellen Pauling Child Law, April 2003 State filed a petition against mother, seeking termination of her parental rights to five of her children.
Lee/Ogle/DeKalb Intervention System’s Advisory Board (LODIS) By Ellen Pauling Child Law, February 2003 This is a follow-up article to my October 2001, Vol. 14, No. 1 edition regarding the LODIS Program.
Case law update By Ellen Pauling Child Law, October 2002 State filed a petition against mother seeking termination of her parental rights to five of her children. Trial court found mother unfit as to each of the five children based on "the extended period that the mother had no contact with the children" and then terminated her rights to her two youngest children
Lee/Ogle/Dekalb Intervention System’s Advisory Board (LODIS) By Ellen Pauling Child Law, October 2001 A chronic or habitual truant is a child subject to compulsory school attendance who is absent without valid cause for ten percent or more of the previous 180 regular attendance days.
From the editor By Ellen Pauling Child Law, January 1999 The Many Faces of Lawyering for Children" CLE held on December 12, 1998, was outstanding.

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