Process Matters:
How Fair Treatment Promotes Compliance

Monday, June 8 at 11:00 a.m. PST
(12:00 p.m. MST, 1:00 p.m. CST, 2:00 p.m. EST)


Come join our procedural justice expert to help you learn the principles and research basis for procedural justice. We'll be discussing procedural justice principles within the realities and challenges of the child support system. This session will help you develop strategies and practical tools to deliver procedural justice and improve compliance. 


Speaker - Kate Wurmfeld, Esq.

Kate Wurmfeld, Esq.

Kate Wurmfeld, Esq., director, Family Court Programs, provides technical assistance and strategic planning advice to courts wishing to improve their response to domestic violence. Kate has extensive experience providing direct legal services on cases involving domestic violence, most recently as a supervising attorney for Matrimonial and Family Law at New York Legal Assistance Group, where she handled divorce, custody, orders of protection, and support matters in Supreme and Family Court throughout New York City. In addition to providing direct legal services, Kate also provided supervision to staff attorneys, law students and volunteers, taught clinical seminars and provided training for outside organizations, community groups and law firms. Kate has also served as Co-chair for the Lawyers Committee Against Domestic Violence, where she was active in planning the annual Fordham Forum on Domestic Violence, as well as other professional trainings throughout the year, and promoting legislative and policy initiatives impacting survivors of domestic violence. Kate graduated from Seton Hall Law School and Oberlin College.


Friday, May 29, 2020 By csmith