In this program, students will share their stories about how law school faculty, staff, and administrators can demonstrate care for law students. It will include students’ personal accounts of things that worked, as well as suggestions for how law schools can effectively demonstrate they care about their students.
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Natalie Netzel is the Education and Advocacy Director of the Institute to Transform Child Protection at Mitchell Hamline School of Law. She joined the Institute to Transform Child Protection as a staff attorney in August of 2016. Natalie works directly with law and social work students in the Child Protection Clinic in representation of parents in child protection cases. She also supports institute training, research, and community engagement events. Additionally, Natalie served as the Director of the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project at Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
Prior to joining the Institute to Transform Child Protection, Natalie was a judicial law clerk for the Minnesota Court of Appeals. She received her B.A. from Hamline University, her M.S.E. in counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, and her J.D. from Mitchell Hamline School of Law.