DSHSlogo_medOn behalf of the Children's Justice Task Force, we would like to welcome you back to Seattle for the 2015 - 23rd Annual Children's Justice Conference! We encourage you to join us as we participate in a wide variety of educational experiences and reaffirm our mutual commitment to nurture and protect our most precious commodities, the children, of not only our State, but our Nation.

The Children's Justice Conference provides an unrivaled opportunity for you to share your experiences, expertise, and vision for ending child maltreatment with others who have also dedicated their lives to this outcome; and hopefully leave invigorated and ready to continue your unwavering dedication to eradicating child maltreatment.

The Children Justice Conference strives to provide an informative and inspirational venue for all participants. Your attendance will be welcome~!

Jan Osborne-Millam and Teresa Forshag
Co-Chairs, Children's Justice Task Force


Continuing Education

Continuing education credit has been requested of the following organizations:

  • Washington State Medical Association (Category 2)
  • Washington State Bar Association
  • OSPI Clock Hours
  • Mandatory Judicial Education Credits
  • Washington State - National Association of Social Workers (WS-NASW)CEU credits provided through WS-NASW for Licensed marriage and family therapists, licensed mental health counselors, and licensed social workers


2015 Important Dates

February 9, 2015
Registration Open!
April 17, 2015
Last Day for Early Bird Pricing
May 08, 2015
Registration Closed
May 11-12, 2015
23rd Annual Children's Justice Conference


Q: Do you offer discounts?

A: Discounts are offered for currently enrolled students and uniformed officers with a valid ID.

Q: Are there scholarship opportunities?

A: Yes! Click here to download the 2015 Scholarship Application form. Scholarship applications are due by March 10, 2015. Scholarship recipients will be notified by March 27, 2015.

Q: How do I fax my registration?

A: Online registration is preferred as fax transmissions have proven to be less reliable. A fax-able form will be available for download February 16th. 
Fax number is 206-299-9180.