The Court Improvement Program provides training for judges, attorneys and foster care review boards.
The attorney training is a three-tiered training - beginning, intermediate and specialty training.
The beginning level training, Introduction to Child Dependency Law, is for the newly-licensed attorney or seasoned attorney who is in need of a refresher course. Practicing in Child Welfare Cases is the intermediate level program.
Upcoming Training Events
Trial Skills - Closed
December 12, 2014
Current Issues in Juvenile Justice from Shelby County to Davidson County to ... Texas?
December 17, 2014
Preparation for Adulthood and Success Beyond 18
January 12, 2015
The Court Improvement offers distance learning classes via webcast. Click the links below to watch the webcast and take the corresponding CLE quiz to obtain CLE credit.
CLE credits will only be given once for each training, regardless of calendar year.
Please Note: The Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education limits the number of hours an attorney may earn from on-line trainings to eight (8) hours per year. Also, an attorney may take each course only one time for CLE credit.
Self-Care, Stress, and Trauma Exposure Response for Legal Professionals (1 hour general and 1 hour dual CLE credit)
Child Abuse Diagnosis (3.0 hours of general CLE credit)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Children (2.83 hours of general of CLE credit)
Child Development for Guardians ad Litem in Juvenile Court (5.5 hours of general of CLE credit)
Basic Ethics Refresher in Juvenile Court Practice (2.75 hours of dual CLE credit)