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Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse


Credit(s): 1 Child Abuse Reporting
Course Number: 1*2875
Original Program Date: December 28, 2012
Duration: 55 minutes
Access: Available for 2 months after purchase
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  • ***CLEasy Pass holders—Enter your CLEasy Pass number in the Coupon Code box when checking out to receive your 30% discount***

    With child sex abuse scandals hitting the headlines on a regular basis recently, lawyers need to be even more mindful of their obligations to report child abuse. Review the key elements of the mandatory child abuse reporting obligation, and reinforce your understanding by discussing scenarios involving possible child abuse.

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    1 Child Abuse Reporting  

    Helen M. Hierschbiel, General Counsel
    Helen M. Hierschbiel, Oregon State Bar, Tigard. Ms. Hierschbiel is General Counsel of the Oregon State Bar, where, among other things, she gives ethics guidance to lawyers. She joined the Oregon State Bar in December 2003 in the Client Assistance Office, reviewing and investigating complaints against lawyers. While at the bar, she has written numerous article and given dozens of presentations regarding lawyers’ ethical obligations. Prior to joining the Oregon State Bar, she worked in private practice in Portland and for DNA–People’s Legal Services on the Navajo and Hopi reservations in Arizona. (07/13)
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