Social Services Attorneys’ Spring Conference

Attorneys and paralegals working with county departments of social services are invited to attend the Spring Conference in Chapel Hill. The agenda includes the following topics:

  • North Carolina’s Memorandum of Agreement with Mexico and Service of Process
  • Introduction to Paternity: Establishments and Presumptions
  • Constitutional Issues for Fathers, Known and Unknown
  • Who is the Daddy? Legal, Putative, and Unknown Fathers
  • Whose Rights Are We Terminating Anyway?
  • Implicit Bias

Attorneys and paralegals who represent county departments of social services may attend in person or via webcast.   A discounted registration fee is available for paralegals attending via the webcast.

Additional information

This year's conference will also be offered via webcast.  From home or office computers, webcast attendees will be able to see and hear presenters, view slides, and submit text questions to a moderator.  Select questions will be answered by the presenters via the webcast.

As a webcast conference participant, you will view the presentations on a computer for the duration of the conference.  You will take your breaks at the same time as the on-site participants.  Conference materials will be sent to webcast participants via email prior to the start of the conference.  As it is a live broadcast of the conference, the webcast is not subject to the 4-hour credits per year limit for computer based CLE.

Where do I go for webinar technical support?

For all registration questions, resetting passwords, or login issues please contact:

Dale Zuckert

Assistant Registrar
For questions regarding course details, including location, schedule, materials, and continuing education credits, please contact:

Carolyn S. Boggs

Program Manager
Aimee Wall
Professor of Public Law and Government