In-Person CAP Volunteer Training is Back!

by Elysa Tülek
October 12, 2022
Categories: Uncategorized

Presented by: The Custody Advocacy Program of Council for Children’s Rights
Hosted by: Alston & Bird, LLP
7.75 Hours of CLE or CPE Credit (Approval Pending)
Wednesday, November 30, 2022 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

The Custody Advocacy Program (CAP) of Council for Children’s Rights (CFCR) advocates in family court for the best interests of children caught in the middle of high-conflict custody cases. You can become a part of this unique and rewarding program that seeks solutions for children during a very difficult time in their lives. CAP volunteer attorneys and custody advocates receive intensive training covering various aspects of this specialized program, including: the nuts and bolts of child custody cases to which CAP gets appointed; the local family court rules; divorce and its effects on children; child development; investigating and making best interest recommendations; and expectations of the family court judiciary. This training is for attorneys who are interested in pro bono representation of children, as well as paralegals and any other non-attorneys who are interested in serving as custody advocates.(Note: Attorney representation does not require courtroom experience or first-chair courtroom participation.)

This training is required for all CAP volunteers.

Attorneys and paralegals will receive 7.75 hours of general CLE or CPE credit (approval pending).

Location: Alston & Bird, LLP, 101 South Tryon Street, Suite 4000, Charlotte, NC 28280
Time: Registration: 8:15 a.m.; CLE Seminar: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Beverages, Snacks, and Lunch provided)
Cost: Free to attend

Please submit this registration form by November 15, 2022 to (space is limited).


Elysa Tülek


Elysa just recently joined the advancement team at Council for Children's Rights in the summer of 2021. She joins us in beautiful Charlotte, NC after spending the last four years in New York City where she earned her undergraduate degree.