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Jeannine Winch '07 on the Challenges of Integrating Fathers After Domestic Violence

Monday, November 7, 2011   (0 Comments)
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Jeannine Winch ’07 published a new blog post on the Making Justice Real blog discussing the challenges of integrating fathers with a history of domestic violence in their children’s lives while seeking to maintain safe, violence-free households. Read the full blog, "The Challenges of Integrating Fathers After Domestic Violence.”

Jeannine Winch is a Staff Attorney at the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia. Prior to joining Legal Aid in June 2011, Jeannine worked as a staff attorney at Ayuda where she represented immigrant survivors of domestic violence in civil protection order and related family law and immigration cases. Prior to that, Jeannine served as a law clerk in the Family Court of the District of Columbia Superior Court for Judge Ryan on the domestic relations and juvenile calendars and for Magistrate Judge Rook and Magistrate Judge Albert on abuse and neglect calendars. Jeannine Winch received her law degree in 2007, magna cum laude. For more information about Jeannine Winch visit the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia.

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