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Law Professor Speaks in Jacksonville on Ethical Issues in Representing Children

Michael J. Dale, professor of law at NSU’s Shepard Broad Law Center, was the speaker at a continuing legal education seminar hosted by the Jacksonville Bar Association on “Ethical Issues in the Representation of Child Clients.” The seminar, which was held on Apr. 23 in Jacksonville, Fla., covered issues such as how to represent a child with diminished capacity, whether to represent the best interests of a child, and confidentiality with a child when a parent is also involved.

Dale is the author of more than 70 articles focusing primarily on juvenile and children’s law topics and is also the author of the two volume text Representing the Child Client, published by Matthew Bender Co. He speaks regularly to professional groups on children’s law and litigation topics.