" Understanding a Silent Tragedy: a Conference on Childhood Sexual Abuse"

National Association to Prevent Sexual Abuse of Children
April 24, 2009


Jeffrey R. Anderson

Friday, April 24, 2009

Time: 8 am to 5 pm

Location: The Auditorium at William Mitchell College ofLaw, 875 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN.

Cost: $100.00 and includes panel discussions and a luncheon addressed by Mitchell alumni Jeffrey R Anderson.

Registration: Register online or call 651-290-6370.

Application has been made for 6 CLE credits.

Keynote Speaker: Jeffrey R. Anderson

Jeffrey R. Anderson

America's pioneering childhood sexual abuse litigator, has represented thousands of survivors and guided legislation, public policy, and public awareness of childhood sexual abuse for nearly three decades.

Featured speakers include:

Don Brunnquell, psychologist and Director of Ethics for Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

Kelly Clark, trial and appellate lawyer, Portland, OR, specializing in sexual abuse of children

Thomas P Doyle, former Vatican canon lawyer and clergy abuse victims' advocate for decades Marci

Victor Vieth

A. Hamilton, leading U.S. church/state schor, Cardozo School of Law

Sandra K. Hewitt, psychologist specializing in the sexual abuse of preschool children

Eric S. Janus, Dean of WMCL and specialist in the law's response to sexually violent offenders

Victor Vieth

Richard Kaplan, pediatrician working with victims of child abuse for over 30 years

Timothy Lytton, Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor of Law, Albany Law School

Father Michael O'Connell, Minneapolis priest and early advocate for clergy accountability for sexual abuse

Ted Thompson, former executive director, NAPSAC (National Association to Prevent Sexual Abuse of Children)

Victor I. Vieth, director, National Child Protection Training Center, Winona, MN

The Conference is co-Sponsored by William Mitchell College of Law and the National Association to Prevent Sexual Abuse of Children, NAPSAC.


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