To honor outgoing Children’s Law Center board chair Tony Herman, Covington & Burling LLP, where Herman is a senior litigator, set up a special “Tony Herman Adoption Litigation Fund” at Children’s Law Center.
WAMU speaks with Children’s Law Center Executive Director Judith Sandalow about how slow confirmations after judicial nominations can impact DC's most vulnerable children.
Washington City Paper reached out to Children’s Law Center Executive Director Judith Sandalow for this nuanced look into DC’s child welfare system.
In a surprise Nov. 17 presentation at the Van Ness Feldman law offices, former Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu, now an advisor at the firm, received an honorary adoption decree from Children’s Law Center.
Preparing children to testify can be a delicate matter. While the child's voice is important in a case, it's also important not to cause further harm as well as gather the facts.
At Children’s Law Center, our first priority is keeping children safe. We believe the growing number of homeless families is something everyone in DC should see as their problem to help fix. We support the Mayor’s revised shelter plan and think it is an important step forward.
Plans are in motion to build new shelters for the homeless in DC to replace DC General. But there is much debate surrounding the style of the buildings as well as privacy concerns.
The who’s who of Washington’s legal, business and philanthropic communities joined us at the Kennedy Center last week to honor leading children’s champions and celebrate important progress for DC’s children. The Helping Children Soar benefit raised $1.2 million for children in crisis, a record-breaking amount for Children’s Law Center.
The 2015 Helping Children Soar Benefit brought together more than 400 leaders from DC’s legal, corporate, government and philanthropic communities. Legal Bisnow highlights the success of the event along with photos from the evening. The article also offers more information about those who support Children’s Law Center and make a difference in the lives of DC’s children.