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Gene Colman in Orangeville
May 26, 2014 permalink
Family lawyer Gene C Colman will be appearing at an event in Orangeville What to do when the C.A.S. calls. It will be at the Tweedsmuir Presbyterian Church on the evening of June 11 (Wednesday). Expand for the full details.
Access to Justice Ontario Workshop: June 11, 2014
Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Access to Justice Ontario Presents
“What to do when the C.A.S. calls. From first call and forward.”
An interactive presentation by the lawyers from the Gene C. Colman* Family Law Centre Join this Free Public Legal Information Workshop
*Gene C. Colman, B.A., LL.B., is a long-time advocate for reform of the family law system. From 1980 he was an active member of the first child welfare lawyer representation panel of the Office of Official Guardian (now Office of the Children’s Lawyer). He has represented many parents against children’s aid societies. Associates Gillian Hayes and Megen Zelinka have joined Gene in the firm’s vigorous defense of the integrity and unity of the family unit. The lawyers will discuss creative yet practical and child-focused strategies for effective engagement with child protection agencies.
Place: Tweedsmuir Presbyterian Church 6 John Street, Orangeville L9W 2P1
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Source: The National Self-Represented Litigants Project