Oregon Law Institute of Lewis & Clark Law School

At Oregon Law Institute of Lewis & Clark Law School we feel our product is information to help each lawyer succeed. CLE programing is one of the ways we deliver that information. There are many other sources of information that are important for an attorney's long-term success. We are now connecting our CLE offerings to Casemaker. As you will see when you view the program, this new player allows for a real time link between the course materials and all referenced cases, codes, and statutes maintained in the Oregon Casemaker Library. The "Notes" area also allows you to record these references along with your thoughts at the time and email that capture to yourself for application to the work on your desk. We call this feature "CLE to Work" and think it will go a long way in adding value to your CLE experience. In addition, we have listed other Casemaker opportunities for your consideration that connected to the Casemaker library, making the job of serving your clients easier, more accurate, and complete.

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Understanding Child Abuse and Your Reporting Obligations

Length: 1 hour

Understanding Child Abuse
and Your Reporting Obligations
1 Child Abuse Reporting Credit

12:00 noon –1:00    Understanding Child Abuse and Your Reporting Obligations
            This presentation will cover the basics of the Oregon child abuse and neglect reporting law for mandatory reporters, which includes all lawyers. It will also address an area of child abuse and neglect that drives most child dependency cases, namely parental substance abuse. This will be a practical discussion designed to inform the judgments lawyers are required to make, and the steps they are required to take, to fulfill their duty to assist in protecting children from abuse.
            – Rob Bovett, District Attorney for Lincoln County


Original Recording Date: November 2, 2012

CLE Credits (60): 1 Child Abuse Reporting Credit

Child Abuse Reporting: 1 Child Abuse Reporting Credit


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Oregon Law Institute of Lewis & Clark Law School

Course Materials

  • Understanding Child Abuse and Your Reporting Obligations
  • PowerPoint Slides
  • MCLE Form