NCSEA Web-Talk: Procedural Justice: Strategic Use of Civil Contempt Under the New OCSE Rule (CLE)

Date: June 15, 2017

Krystal Quille


In this continuing legal education program, panelists will explore the implications of the Turner v. Rogers decision and the Final Rule as concerns civil contempt. Specifically, the panelists will examine and discuss the requirements for screening, providing notice, and informing the court. Further, they will share strategies their states use to meet the requirements imposed by the Final Rule.


Dr. Belinda Tilley – Legal Services Section Chief, D.C. Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division

Paul Bourdoulous – Deputy Director, Connecticut Judicial Branch Superior Court Operations Division & Support Enforcement Services (SES)

James C. Fleming- IV-D Director, Child Support Division, North Dakota Department of Human Services

Wally McClure – IV-D Director, Washington State’s Division of Child Support

This Web-Talk is CLE eligible for Live programs ONLY.  Most states require applications be received at least 30 days in advance of the programs; without notification of attorneys’ intentions, NCSEA cannot guarantee states’  timely approval of the Web-Talk.  Send an email to with any questions regarding CLE credit. Please note that to obtain CLE credits, the cost per attorney is $75.


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