Join Us for our Upcoming Awards Reception & Conference in Santa Monica, CA!
The Center for Judicial Excellence is pleased to announce the Protective Parents at The Beach Conference & Awards Reception. Our Fall 2019 Conference is entitled:
Trauma-Informed Practices: Protecting Child Survivors of Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse in Family Courts.
LEARN. INSPIRE. CONNECT.
Friday, October 4th – Saturday, October 5th
Annenberg Community Beach House
415 Pacific Coast Highway ~ Santa Monica, CA
The purpose of the weekend is to provide an opportunity for protective parents, domestic violence advocates, legal and mental health professionals, policymakers and anyone who cares about child safety to learn and connect. We aim to come together in a way that will inspire meaningful systemic change. We envision a system that effectively focuses on child safety as the number one priority in child custody litigation cases. Click on the following links to learn more about our Speakers and to see the Conference Agenda.
On Saturday morning, we’ll have a fun, no-host brunch and relaxing time at the beach with other protective parents and child advocates.
Then, come help us celebrate our Champions for Children’s Justice Award Winners on Saturday evening at our semi-formal awards reception overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Here’s the list of this year’s champions:
Our 2019 Champions for Children’s Justice Award Winners!
Clockwise from the top-left corner: Ana Estevez, California Woman of the Year & Child Advocate, Gigi Graciette, People’s Choice Award Winner, Fox 11 Los Angeles, Jayne O’Donnell, USA Today, Mabinty Quarshie, USA Today, Blanca Rubio, California Assemblywoman, Louise Haigh, UK Parliament, Craig Saperstein, Pillsbury Law, Gregory Laughlin, Pillsbury Law
The awards reception is a fundraiser with appetizers from Feast Catering and an open bar. Proceeds go to supporting our international work to create judicial accountability and to better protect children in the family court system, especially victims of physical, sexual and emotional abuse. We rely 100% on the generosity of individual donations.
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