National Center for Youth Law

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At the Center — Jan-Mar 2010

April 1, 2010
Thanks to funding from the Public Welfare Foundation, Atlantic Philanthropies, Löben Sels/RembeRock Foundation, and the True-Brown Foundation, NCYL is expanding its Juvenile Justice Reform Project.  This expansion includes increased involvement in Wyoming and Arkansas, where NCYL is currently working, and the launching of new juvenile…

At the Center — Oct-Dec 2009

January 1, 2010
NCYL Attorney Jesse Hahnel Awarded Prestigious Education Fellowship
NCYL Attorney and Skadden Fellow Jesse Hahnel has been chosen as one of two fellows by The Mind Trust, a national non-profit supporting education innovation and entrepreneurship, based in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jesse, and Stephanie Saroki, former

At the Center — July-Sept 2009

October 1, 2009
NCYL Welcomes New Finance Director Hayden Lilien
NCYL is pleased to welcome Hayden Lilien as the Center’s New Director of Finance. Hayden earned her B.S. in Finance from the University of Florida in 2002 and a joint JD/MBA from Stetson University College of Law in

At the Center — Apr-June 2009

July 1, 2009
Jessica Breslin has completed her second year at Georgetown University Law Center.  She is a section editor for the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law and is active with the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy.  Jessica earned her undergraduate degree from the…

At the Center — Jan-Mar 2009

April 1, 2009
NCYL Welcomes Attorney Susan Huang
Susan Huang has joined NCYL as a volunteer attorney working on the Center’s Juvenile Mental Health Court Initiative. Specifically, Susan is helping draft an amended protocol for Alameda County’s Juvenile Collaborative Court. The protocol is intended to serve as a

At the Center — Oct-Dec 2008

January 1, 2009
NCYL Welcomes New Attorney Christiana Geffen Macfarlane
Christiana Geffen Macfarlane has joined NCYL part-time to work with Senior Attorney Rebecca Gudeman on adolescent health projects. Specifically, Christiana will help develop policies to increase youth’s access to health care and improve cooperation among agencies that serve

At the Center — July-Sept 2008

October 1, 2008
NCYL Welcomes New Volunteer Attorney Jora Trang
NCYL would like to welcome new volunteer attorney Jora Trang, who will be working on Clark K. v. Willden, which seeks to reform the foster care system in Clark County (Las Vegas), Nevada.  Since 2006, Jora has worked

Donor Privacy Policy and Donor Opt-Out Policy

April 20, 2005

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