African-American bar, NAACP hosting panel on children’s court – Wisconsin Law Journal – WI Legal News & Resources

The Wisconsin Association of African American Lawyers and the Milwaukee branch of the NAACP are organizing a panel on which speakers will discuss children’s court.

The event, called “Children and the System: A Discussion of CHIPS, TPR and Children’s Court,” will start at 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 17 at the NAACP Milwaukee Branch Office in Milwaukee, immediately after the NAACP’s general meeting.

The panel will feature Carmen Ortiz, chief staff attorney for Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee; assistant district attorney Brittany Grayson of the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office; and Nadya Perez Reyes, assistant state public defender.

T.R. Williams, advocacy and government relations specialist at Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association, will moderate the discussion.

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