Recent Presentations by Skip Persick, Family Law Attorney at Weber Gallagher
All lawyers and judges in Pennsylvania are required to complete twelve (12) hours per year of continuing legal education. These last few weeks I have been busy making presentations to various groups of lawyers to help them fulfill this obligation.
On April 23, 2019, I made two ninety-minute presentations as part of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Family Law Institute at PBI’s facility in the Wanamaker Building in Philadelphia. The first was on the intersection of child custody and child welfare law, and the second was an update on case law and new family law legislation that was enacted during the 2018 calendar year.
Also, on May 6, 2019, I participated in a panel that gave a 90-minute presentation to the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Family Law Section on adoption from both the child welfare and private perspective. I am always happy to answer questions from either individuals or other lawyers on the areas of child custody, child welfare, termination of parental rights and adoption.