Ed O’Brien, Street Law Founder, Passes at 69
Edward O’Brien, the co-founder of a pioneer organization in law-related education for youth, passed away this month at the age of 69. O’Brien, a Georgetown Law School student at the time, co-founded Street Law in 1972 with law professor Jason Newman and community activist and philanthropist Nancy Harrison.
O’Toole to Retire after 35 Years at Nat’l Center for Youth Law
After more than three decades at the California-based National Center for Youth Law, John O’Toole announced today that he would retire this summer. “While I still love my work, I want to leave while I’m healthy so that my wife Jean and I can enjoy ourselves and do the things we don’t have time for now,” said O’Toole, in a statement issued by NYCL today.
Child Welfare Ideas From the Experts, #2: Empowering and Comforting New Foster Youths
The Imprint is highlighting each of the policy recommendations made this summer by the participants of the Foster Youth Internship Program (FYI), a group of 11 former foster youths who completed Congressional internships.