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SELECTED RÉSUMÉ OF ANN M. HARALAMBIE
Shareholder, ANN NICHOLSON HARALAMBIE, ATTORNEYS, P.C.
3661N. Campbell Avenue, PMB#130
Tucson, Arizona 85719-1527
e-mail Ann.Haralambie@azbar.org
Telephone (520) 327-6287
http://Haralambie.com
@HaralambieLaw
Education:
BA (1972) with high distinction from University of Arizona, University-wide honors and
Honors in English, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi
MA in English (1974) from University of Arizona
JD (1976) from University of Arizona College of Law
National Institute for Trial Advocacy (1979)
Bar Admissions:
State Bar of Arizona 1977
United States District Court, District of Arizona 1977
United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit 1978
United States Supreme Court 1981
Organizations and activities:
Martindale-Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ rated attorney
Certified Family Law Specialist (Arizona Board of Legal Specialization) (1993–)
Certified Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (1982¯1998)
President, National Association of Counsel for Children (1986S1989)
Vice President, National Association of Counsel for Children (1982S1986)
President, Arizona Association of Counsel for Children (1979S)
Judge Pro Tempore, Pima County Superior Court (1985S1988, 1996¯1998, 2002–2006, 2010–)
Contract consultant, Quality Improvement Center for Representation of Children in Child
Welfare Cases (5 year, $5 million HHS grant CFDA #93.652 to University of Michigan
Law School, 2009–)
Member, Juvenile Dependency Advisory Commission of the Board of Legal Specialization of the
State Bar of Arizona (2008– )
ABA Advisor to National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, Drafting
Committee on Uniform Representation of Children in Abuse and Neglect and Custody
Proceedings Act (2004–2007)
Special Deputy Pima County Attorney, Domestic Violence Project (1992¯1993)
Life Charter Member, American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
Member, International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
Consultant to NACC Certification Project, HHS Grant 90XW0006 (2002–2005)
Special Advisor, ABA Steering Committee on the Unmet Legal Needs of Children (2003–2005)
Presidential Appointee, ABA Steering Committee on the Unmet Legal Needs of Children
(2000–2003)
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ABA Family Law Section Advisor to National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State
Laws Taking Testimony from Children Act Drafting Committee (1999¯2003)
Member, Advisory Board for First Star (2003–)
Member, Advisory Board for the ABA Center on Children and the Law project, A JUDGE ’S
GUIDE : MAKING CHILD -CENTERED DECISIONS IN CUSTODY CASES, funded by the federal
State Justice Institute (1998¯2001)
Member, Advisory Board for the ABA Center on Children and the Law project, JUDICIAL USE
AND SUPPORT OF LAWYERS AND ATTORNEY -GAL FOR CHILDREN , funded by the federal
State Justice Institute (a manual for state and local court systems and individual judges)
(1996¯1998)
Member, Advisory Committee for the National Judicial Education Program, ADJUDICATING
ALLEGATIONS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE WHEN CUSTODY IS IN DISPUTE : A MODEL
CURRICULUM FOR JUDGES AND COURT PERSONNEL (1995¯1996)
Member, Arizona Department of Economic Security Family Preservation Advisory Committee
(1994¯2005) [now called DCYF Statewide Advisory Committee]
Section liaison of American Bar Association Family Law Section to the National Association of
Counsel for Children (2002–)
Section liaison of American Bar Association Family Law Section to ABA Center on Children
and the Law (1993¯)
Member, Drafting Committee for ABA Standards on Representing Children in Child Abuse and
Neglect Cases (1993–1996)
Member, Drafting Committee for ABA Section of Family Law Standards of Practice for Lawyers
Representing Children in Custody Cases (1999–2003)
Section liaison of American Bar Association Family Law Section to ABA Commission on
Youth and Community Alcohol and Other Drug Problems of the Section on Individual
Rights and Responsibilities (1987S1991)
Appointee, Human Rights Committee, DES Division of Children, Youth and Families
(2001–2005)
Appointee, Governor's Interagency Advisory Council on Services to Children, Youth, and
Families (1984S87)
Liaison of the National Association of Counsel for Children to the American Bar Association
Family Law Section (1995¯)
Chair of Juvenile Law and Needs of Children Committee, American Bar Association Family
Law Section (1998¯1999)
Co-chair of Child Custody Committee, American Bar Association Family Law Section
(1997¯1998)
Co-Chair, American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children Attorneys Representing
Children Task Force (1995¯)
Chair, National Association of Counsel for Children Standards of Practice for Children's
Attorneys Committee (1995¯1999)
Senior trainer, National Association of Counsel for Children
National child welfare law specialty certification trainer for National Association of Counsel for
Children
Council member, State Bar of Arizona Family Law Section (1989S1990)
Member of family law sections/committees: State Bar of Arizona, Pima County Bar Association,
American Bar Association
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Member of juvenile law section of State Bar of Arizona
Executive member to ABA Family Law Section custody committee (1986S1993)
Executive member to ABA Family Law Section mediation committee (1986S1993)
Member, ABA Family Law Section custody committee (1993S)
Member, ABA Family Law Section juvenile law and special needs of children committee
(1993S); chair of subcommittee on standing (1993¯1994)
Member, Welfare of Children Committee, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
(1990S1993)
Member, Domestic Violence work group, subcommittee of the Arizona Supreme Court
Commission on the Courts, Constitution and Statutory Change Committee (1990¯1991)
Board of Directors, Arizona Association of Attorneys for Children (1979¯); Arizona
Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (1992¯); Grace Bridge (2005–)
Previous member of Board of Directors: National Association of Counsel for Children (19821989, 1991¯2003), Arizona Foundation for Children, Open-Inn, Arizona Civil Liberties
Union (state and chapter boards)
Co-editor, JUVENILE CLARION , quarterly newsletter of the State Bar of Arizona Juvenile Law
Section and Arizona Association of Counsel for Children (1993¯2002)
Editorial Board, American Bar Association, FAMILY ADVOCATE (1987S)
Editorial Board, JOURNAL OF DIVORCE & REMARRIAGE (1982S)
Peer reviewer, CHILD MALTREATMENT (1995¯)
Consultant to ABA National Legal Resource Center for Child Welfare (1986S)
Member, International Child Abduction Attorney Network (1996¯)
Consultant to Child Abuse Forensic Institute (1995¯)
Referral panel, Operation Lookout (National Center for Missing Youth)
Grant coordinator for ABA grant on representing children in domestic relations cases
(1982S1983)
Coordinator of national conference on Practical Child Advocacy (1982)
Coordinator of state conferences, New Issues for Child Advocates (1986, 1988, 1991,
1993)
Publications (including only family law publications):
Books
author, HANDLING CHILD CUSTODY , ABUSE AND ADOPTION CASES, 3D (3 volumes, third edition,
(Thomson West 2009, supplemented annually)
principal author, C HILD W ELFARE LAW AND P RACTICE: R EPRESENTING C HILDREN. P ARENTS, AND
S TATE A GENCIES IN A BUSE, N EGLECT, AND D EPENDENCY C ASES 2 D (Donald N. Duquette
& Ann M. Haralambie, general ed.s, Bradford Publishing Company, 2010)
principal author, C HILD W ELFARE LAW AND P RACTICE: R EPRESENTING C HILDREN. P ARENTS, AND
S TATE A GENCIES IN A BUSE, N EGLECT, AND DEPENDENCY C ASES (Marvin Ventrell &
Donald N. Duquette, general ed.s, Bradford Publishing Company 2005)
author, CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN CIVIL CASES: A GUIDE TO CUSTODY AND TORT ACTIONS
(American Bar Association, 1999)
author, HANDLING CHILD CUSTODY , ABUSE AND ADOPTION CASES, 2/E (2 volumes, second
edition, West Group 1993, supplemented 1994¯2008)
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author, THE CHILD 'S ATTORNEY : A GUIDE TO REPRESENTING CHILDREN IN CUSTODY ,
ADOPTION , AND PROTECTION CASES (American Bar Association, 1993)
author, HANDLING CHILD CUSTODY CASES (Shepard's/McGraw-Hill 1983), annually
supplemented (1984¯1992)
co-author, CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION IN ARIZONA , with R. Barrasso, C. Linn, and R.
Schwartz (NBI, 1992)
co-author, ARIZONA DIVORCE PRACTICE , with P. Economidis, S. Mitchell, and J. Grant (PESI,
1988)
editor, REPRESENTING CHILDREN IN DOMESTIC RELATIONS CASES: TRAINING MATERIALS
(ACAC/PCBA 2d ed. 1992)
editor, NEW ISSUES FOR CHILD ADVOCATES¯1993 (ACAC 1993)
editor, NEW ISSUES FOR CHILD ADVOCATES¯1991 (ACAC 1991)
editor, NEW ISSUES FOR CHILD ADVOCATES¯1988 (ACAC 1988)
editor, NEW ISSUES FOR CHILD ADVOCATES (ACAC 1986)
editor, REPRESENTING CHILDREN IN DOMESTIC RELATIONS CASES: TRAINING MATERIALS
(ACAC-PCBA 1982)
editor, PRACTICAL CHILD ADVOCACY (NACC 1982)
Periodical editing, chapters in books, periodicals
co-issue editor, Parenting Plans (client manual), FAMILY ADVOCATE vol.33, no. 1 (American
Bar Association, (2010)
co-issue editor, Children and the Law, FAMILY ADVOCATE vol. 31, no. 3 (American Bar
Association, (2009)
co-issue editor, Relocation, FAMILY ADVOCATE , vol. 28, no. 4 (American Bar Association,
spring 2006)
issue editor, The Custody Trial, FAMILY ADVOCATE, vol. 26, no. 4 (American Bar Association,
spring 2004)
co-issue editor, Alternative Dispute Resolution, FAMILY ADVOCATE , (American Bar Association,
2002)
guest editor, special section, Legal Representation and Advocacy for Children, CHILD
MALTREATMENT , vol. 2, no. 2 (American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children,
1997)
co-issue editor, Domestic Violence, FAMILY ADVOCATE , vol. 17, no. 3 (American Bar
Association, winter 1995)
co-issue editor, Addiction: The New American Slavery, FAMILY ADVOCATE , vol. 14, no. 1
(American Bar Association, summer 1991)
issue editor, Who Will Visit the Child? Defining Grandparent, Stepparent, and Third-party
Rights, FAMILY ADVOCATE , vol. 12, no. 2 (American Bar Association, fall 1989)
issue editor, Representing Minor Children, FAMILY ADVOCATE , vol. 10, no. 3 (American Bar
Association, winter 1988)
author, Indian Child Welfare Act, in 31/3 FAM . ADVOC. 11 (Winter 2009)
author, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, in 31/3 FAM . ADVOC. 12 (Winter 2009)
author, Humility and Child Autonomy in Child Welfare and Custody Representation of Children,
47/1 JUDGES’ J. 23 (Winter 2008)
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author, Humility and Child Autonomy in Child Welfare and Custody Representation of Children,
28/1 HAMLINE J. OF PUB. L. AND POL’Y . 177 (2006)
author, Recognizing the Expertise of Children and Families, 6 NEVADA LAW JOURNAL 1277
(2006)
author, Children’s Domestic Tort Claims, 45 WASHBURN LAW JOURNAL 525 (2006)
author, Kids’ Causes of Action in 27/4 FAM . ADVOC. 30 (2005) (American Bar Association,
spring 2005)
co-author, ABA Section of Family Law Standards of Practice for Lawyers Representing
Children in Custody Cases (2003), with the rest of the ABA Committee: John Crouch,
Chair, Jeff Atkinson, Gail Baker, Howard Davidson, Linda Elrod, Gregg Herman,
Deborah Lehrman, Jack Sampson [note, standards adopted by ABA House of Delegates
8/2003]
author, Termination of Parental Rights: The Bomb in the Custody Lawyer’s Arsenal, 2003
NATIONAL CLE CONFERENCE : FAMILY LAW (2003)
co-author, Children's Legal Representation, in CHILDREN , SOCIAL SCIENCE , AND LAW (Bette L.
Bottoms, Margaret Bull Kovera & Bradley D. McAuliffe, ed.s, Cambridge University
Press, 2002)
author, Evidence in Domestic Relations Cases Dealing with Child-Related Issues, Domestic
Relations Bench Conference (Judicial College of Arizona 2002)
author, Hot Tips on Custody, FOR BETTER OR WORSE 333 (State Bar of Arizona 2001)
author, Representing the Protective Parent in Sexual Abuse Custody Cases, 12/3 THE APSAC
ADVISOR 8 (1999)
author, Custody Jurisdiction Checklist, ALL IN THE FAMILY NO MORE (State Bar of Arizona
1999)
author, In Whose Best Interests?, 34/6 TRIAL 42 (Association of Trial Lawyers of America, 1998)
author, Custody and Visitation Interference¯Alternative Remedies, in SIXTH ANNUAL FOR
BETTER OR FOR WORSE : ADVANCED DOMESTIC RELATIONS 165 (State Bar of Arizona
1998)
author, Use of Discovery in Custody/Visitation Cases, in 1998 DIVORCE LAW UPDATE 431 (LEI,
1998)
author, Relocation: New Rules and Strategies, in ADVOCATING FOR CHILDREN IN CRISIS:
POVERTY , VIOLENCE & CHANGING RESOURCES 309 (Marvin Ventrell, ed., 1997)
author, Current Trends in Children's Legal Representation and Overview, CHILD
MALTREATMENT , vol. 2, no. 3, page 193 (1997)
co-author, Ethical Dilemmas: Helping You Handle Ethical Issues, with Judith Larsen, CHILD
LAW PRACTICE (1997¯2002) [ethics column]
author, Using Videotapes in Custody Cases to Show Positive and Typical Interactions, in 101+
PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS FOR THE FAMILY LAWYER 108 (Gregg Herman, ed., American Bar
Association 1997)
author, Cross-Examining Richard Gardner's Sexual Abuse Legitimacy Scale with Its Own Words,
in 101+ PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS FOR THE FAMILY LAWYER 112 (Gregg Herman, ed.,
American Bar Association 1997)
author, Parenting Assessment Discovery Form for Lawyers, in 101+ PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS FOR
THE FAMILY LAWYER 115 (Gregg Herman, ed., American Bar Association 1997)
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author, Handling Child Sexual Abuse Allegations in Divorce Cases, 1997 DIVORCE LAW UPDATE
(LEI, 1997)
co-author, Ethical and Malpractice Issues, with Shari F. Shink, in ADVOCATING EXCELLENCE :
OFFERING HOPE FOR THE INNOCENTS (J. Wadine Gehrke, et al, ed.s 1997)
author, Review of the New ABA Standards of Practice for Lawyers Who Represent Children in
Abuse and Neglect Cases, CHILD ADVOCACY AT A CROSSROADS 33 (NACC 1996)
author, Devising Child-Focused Custody and Visitation Plans, CHILD ADVOCACY AT A
CROSSROADS 255 (NACC 1996)
author, Child-Centered Visitation Plans for Delinquency and D & N Cases, (National Child
Welfare Resource Center, 1996)
author, Response to the Working Group on Determining Best Interests, 64 FORDHAM L. REV . 701
(special symposium issue on Ethical Issues in the Legal Representation of Children 1996)
co-author, Proposed Standards of Practice for Lawyers Who Represent Children in Abuse and
Neglect Cases, 29 FAM . L. Q. 375 (Fall 1995), with the rest of the ABA committee: Linda
Elrod, chair, Gail Baker, Georgia Creel, Howard Davidson, Kate Federle, and Jack
Sampson) [note, standards adopted by ABA House of Delegates 2/5/96]
co-author, Practical and Theoretical Problems with the AAML Standards for Representing
“Impaired” Children, with Deborah L. Glaser, 13 J. AM . ACAD . MATRIM . LAW . 57
(1995)
author, The Role of the Child's Attorney in Protecting the Child Throughout the Litigation
Process, 71 N.D. L. REV . 939 (1995)
author, Standards of Practice for Representing Children, THE CHILDREN 'S LAW: POLICY AND
PRACTICE 205 (NACC 1995)
author, Child Sexual Abuse¯Defending the Abuser and Accuser, FAMILY ADVOCATE , vol. 17,
no. 3 (American Bar Association, winter 1995)
author, The Child Witness, 1995 DIVORCE LAW UPDATE 139 (LEI 1995)
author, Does a Child Have a Concurrent Constitutional Right to Psychological Parentage?,
EXCELLENCE IN CHILDREN 'S LAW (NACC 1994)
author, Child Sexual Abuse Checklist, FAMILY ADVOCATE , vol. 16, no. 4, page 32 (American Bar
Association, spring 1994)
author, Custody Jurisdiction Checklist, FAMILY ADVOCATE , vol. 16, no. 4, page 34 (American
Bar Association, spring 1994)
author, Giving Children Legal Standing in the Courts, CONFERENCE PAPERS FOR THE SEVENTH
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND THE LAW 151 (American Bar Association
1994)
author, Representing Children in Domestic Relations Child Sexual Abuse Cases, CONFERENCE
PAPERS FOR THE SEVENTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND THE LAW 1
(American Bar Association 1994)
author, Representing Children in Civil Cases, 30 TRIAL 37 (Association of Trial Lawyers of
America, February 1994)
author, Custody: The Juvenile Court Option, FOR BETTER OR WORSE ¯PART II¯A ADVANCED
COURSE ON DOMESTIC RELATIONS (State Bar of Arizona 1994)
author, The Child's Attorney in Divorce Cases, 1994 Divorce Law Update (LEI 1994)
Résumé of Ann M. Haralambie, Page 7
author, Representing the Accuser in Custody Cases Involving Sexual Abuse, in ASK THE
EXPERTS: SPRING MEETING (American Bar Association Family Law Section 1993)
author, Visitation Schedules to Meet Children's Needs, in 1992 DIVORCE LAW UPDATE
(LEI, 1992)
author, The Child Witness in a Sexual Abuse Case, in ULTIMATE TRIAL NOTEBOOK II (American
Bar Association 1992)
author, Using Word Perfect Office, in ULTIMATE TRIAL NOTEBOOK II (American Bar Association
1992)
author, The Child Witness in a Sexual Abuse Case, in USING THE LAW TO PROTECT CHILDREN :
CURRENT ISSUES IN CHILD WELFARE LAW , ABUSE , AND NEGLECT (State Bar of New
Mexico 1992)
author, Handling Difficult Custody Disputes, in NEW HORIZONS FOR ATTORNEYS AND EXPERT
WITNESSES 159 (L. Michaels, ed., 1992)
author, Visitation Schedules in NEW HORIZONS FOR ATTORNEYS AND EXPERT WITNESSES 178 (L.
Michaels, ed., 1992)
author, Relocation of the Custodial Parent, in OREGON STATE BAR FAMILY & JUVENILE LAW
SECTION FALL CONFERENCE 1992 ch. 6 (1992)
author, The Use of Videotapes in Custody Litigation, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MATRIMONIAL
PRACTICE 1320 (R. Brown, ed., 1991)
author, Handling Molestation Allegations in Domestic Litigation in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF
MATRIMONIAL PRACTICE 1335 (R. Brown, ed., 1991)
author, Grandparents Have Rights, Too, in THE COMPLEAT LAWYER vol. 8, no. 4 (American Bar
Association, fall, 1991)
author, Mediation and Negotiation, in FAMILY ADVOCATE vol. 12, no. 3 (American Bar
Association winter 1990)
author, Can You Handle Your Client's Worst Nightmare?, in THE COMPLEAT LAWYER, vol. 7,
no. 4 (American Bar Association, fall 1990)
author, Representing Fathers in Custody Cases, in SEVENTH ANNUAL DIVORCE LAW UPDATE
411 (LEI 1989)
author, Molestation Allegations in Domestic Litigation, in FAIR$HARE , vol. 9, no. 1 (January
1989)
author, The Quill is Not Mightier than the PC: Computerizing Your Child Abuse Practice, in
USING THE LAW TO PROTECT CHILDREN 63 (NACC 1989)
author, Handling Abuse Allegations in Divorce Custody and Visitation Cases, in USING THE LAW
TO PROTECT CHILDREN 91 (NACC 1989)
co-author, The Expert Witness: Social Work, Medical, Psychiatric, with Donna Rosenberg,
M.D., in CHILD PROTECTION TEAM HANDBOOK, (Bross et al. ed.s, 2d ed., 1988)
author, Molestation Allegations in Domestic Litigation, in 1988 DIVORCE LAW UPDATE (LEI
1988)
author, Special Problems in Custody and Abuse Cases, FAMILY ADVOCATE vol. 10, no. 3
(American Bar Association, winter 1988)
author, Molestation Allegations in Domestic Litigation, in MICHIGAN FAMILY LAW JOURNAL 14
vol. 15, no. 4 (April 1988)
Résumé of Ann M. Haralambie, Page 8
author, Molestation Allegations in Domestic Litigation, in THE PRESENTATION AND DEFENSE OF
A CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE CASE (AAML, 1988)
author, Representing Fathers in Custody Cases, 2 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY LAW , no. 4
(1988)
author, Use of Videotapes in Domestic and Juvenile Litigation, in 1987 DIVORCE LAW
UPDATE
(LEI 1987)
author, Use of Videotapes in Domestic and Juvenile Litigation, in FOCUS ON FAMILY LAW (LEI
1987)
author, Use of Experts and Treatises, in REPRESENTING CHILDREN : CURRENT ISSUES IN LAW ,
MEDICINE, MENTAL HEALTH AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES (NACC 1987)
author, Experts in Custody Cases, in FOUNDATIONS OF CHILD ADVOCACY (Bross & Freeman,
ed.s 1987)
author, The Use of Videotapes in Domestic Litigation, 1 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY LAW,
167 (1987)
author, The Use of Videotapes in Custody Cases, in 7 FAIR$HARE 11 (Prentice-Hall, October
1987)
author, Preparing Mental Health Experts for Custody Litigation, in 1986 DIVORCE LAW UPDATE
(LEI 1986)
author, Use of Videotapes in Litigation in NEW ISSUES FOR CHILD ADVOCATES (ACAC 1986)
author, Proving Sexual Molestation in NEW ISSUES FOR CHILD ADVOCATES (ACAC 1986)
author, New Trends in Custody Litigation, in DOMESTIC RELATIONS MATERIALS (State Bar of
Arizona 1985)
author, Federal Statutes Affecting Family Law, in EIGHTH ANNUAL FAMILY LAW (State Bar of
Arizona 1983)
co-author, Parenting Assessment Discovery Form for Attorneys, with Jean Baker, Ph.D. and
Rachel Burkholder, Ph.D. (1982); also reprinted in 101+ PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS FOR THE
FAMILY LAWYER (Gregg Herman, ed., 1997)
author, Experts in Custody Cases in PRACTICAL CHILD ADVOCACY (NACC 1982)
reporter, JUVENILE & CHILD WELFARE LAW REPORTER, now called CHILD LAW PRACTICE
(American Bar Association, 1986S)
Miscellaneous Awards and Activities:
2011 selected for Arizona’s Finest Lawyers
2011 selected for Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers
1995 Child Advocacy National Certificate of Recognition recipient, The Young Lawyers
Division of the American Bar Association
1993 Harrison Tweed Special Merit Award recipient, American Law Institute-American Bar
Association Committee on Continuing Legal Education
1986 Child Advocacy Award recipient, Arizona Council of Attorneys for Children
Outstanding Young Woman of America (1980)
Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Arizona College of Law (1999¯2002)
Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry (Family Law), University of Arizona College of Medicine
(1984S1993)
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senior trainer, National Association of Counsel for Children
national trainer for “Red Book” course for certification as Child Welfare Law Specialist
national trainer, Juvenile Law Society
guest faculty, ABA Center on Children and the Law
guest faculty, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
guest faculty, American Bar Association
guest faculty, American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
guest faculty, Arizona Department of Economic Security, CPS Academy
guest faculty, Arizona Judicial College
guest faculty, Arkansas Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts
guest faculty, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
guest faculty , Associazione Italiana degli Avvocati per la Famiglia e per i Minori (Association
of Italian Attorneys for the Family and Children) (Italy)
guest faculty, C. Henry Kempe National Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse
and Neglect
guest faculty, ChildLaw Services, Inc. (West Virginia)
guest faculty, Children's Hospital and Health Center (San Diego, California)
guest faculty, Children's Institute International
guest faculty, Children's Law Center of Minnesota
guest faculty, City of New York Human Resources Administration, Office of Legal Affairs
guest faculty, Colorado Association for Play Therapy
guest faculty, Colorado Department of Human Services
guest faculty, Colorado Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
guest faculty, Connecticut Judicial Branch
guest faculty, Delaware Office of the Child Advocate
guest faculty, Faith Christian Fellowship International
guest faculty, Family Lawyers' Association (Ireland)
guest faculty, Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
guest faculty, Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights (South Africa, 2005)
guest faculty, Giaretto Institute
guest faculty, Hamline University School of Law
guest faculty, Indiana Department of Child Services
guest faculty, International Association of Women Judges
guest faculty, International Society on the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
guest faculty, Israel National Council for the Child (Israel)
guest faculty, Kansas Association of Counsel for Children
guest faculty, Kansas Children’s Service League
guest faculty, Kansas Trial Lawyers Association
guest faculty, Kentucky Department of Social Services/Murray State University
guest faculty, Law Education Institute
guest faculty, Law Society of Scotland (Scotland)
guest faculty, Lawyers for Children America
guest faculty, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Civitas Childlaw program
guest faculty, Maricopa County (Arizona) Bar Association
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guest faculty, Maricopa County (Arizona) Superior Court
guest faculty, Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault
guest faculty, Minnesota Judicial Branch/Minnesota Department of Human Servcies
guest faculty, Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services
guest faculty, Montana Supreme Court
guest faculty, National Association of Counsel for Children
guest faculty, National Association of Foster Care Reviewers
guest faculty, National Business Institute
guest faculty, National Association of Women Judges
guest faculty, National Court Appointed Special Advocate Program
guest faculty, National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Improvement
guest faculty, National Institute for Trial Advocacy (Rocky Mountain Child Advocacy
Training Institute)
guest faculty, New Mexico Department of Children, Youth and Families
guest faculty, New Mexico Judicial Education Center
guest faculty, New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Law Guardian Program
guest faculty, New York Chapter, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
guest faculty, Oklahoma Chapter, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
guest faculty, Pima Community College
guest faculty, Pima County (Arizona) Bar Association
guest faculty, Pima County CASA Program
guest faculty, Professional Education Systems, Inc.
guest faculty, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow (nka Yorkhill NHS Trust) (Scotland)
guest faculty, San Diego Law Offices of the Public Defender
guest faculty, State Bar of Arizona
guest faculty, State Bar of Florida Steering Committee on the Legal Needs of Children
guest faculty, State Bar of Mississippi
guest faculty, State Bar of New Mexico
guest faculty, State Bar Association of North Dakota
guest faculty, State Bar of Oklahoma
guest faculty, State Bar of Oregon
guest faculty, Supreme Court of Delaware
guest faculty, Travis County (Texas) Bar Association
guest faculty, Tulsa County (Oklahoma) Bar Association
guest faculty, University of Arizona College of Law
guest faculty, University of Arizona College of Medicine
guest faculty, University of Arizona Department of Psychology
guest faculty, University of Dundee Department of Social Work (Scotland)
guest faculty, University of Glasgow (Scotland)
guest faculty, University of North Dakota School of Law
guest faculty, Washburn Center for Children and Family Law
guest faculty, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
guest faculty, Wyoming Supreme Court
national/international conference and seminar speaker on custody, child abuse/neglect/sexual
abuse, adoption, and expert witnesses in juvenile and family law cases (various sponsors)
practice limited to juvenile and family law
revised 8/15/11
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