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Children in the Middle (March 27, 2012)

Date: 03/27/2012

Featuring: Donna Sheen & Cheryl Wadas

Discussing options to better serve and protect children in custody disputes or guardianships and navigating additional challenges when a family is also involved in a juvenile court proceeding.

About Your Speakers

Donna Sheen is the Director of the Wyoming Children’s law Center. She graduated from University of Wyoming Law School in 2001. She has worked for the Wyoming Department of Family Services and established a private practice in 2008 focused in domestic relations and children’s law. She founded the Wyoming Children’s Law Center in 2009 and manages a state-side Program for the provision of Mediation and Guardian ad-litem Services custody disputes. She is a member of the State Advisory Council for Juvenile Justice, American Bar Association Litigation Committee for children’s rights and the Governor’s Task Force on Juvenile Justice.
 

Cheryl Wadas graduated from the University of Wyoming Law School in 1994. She has been in private practice for over fifteen years in Wyoming and New Mexico. She also worked for Wyoming Child Support Enforcement. She is a founding Board Member and current Chair of the Wyoming Children’s Law Center.