Update of Juvenile Dependency Quick Guide for Attorneys Representing Parents and Children (DOGBOOK), RFP-CFCC22-119RB

Update: April 20, 2022

Update: April 1, 2022
Questions and Answers

This RFP is issued to seek the services of a person or an entity, such as a law school, with expertise in juvenile law to create the 4th edition of the DOGBOOK.

The Judicial Council of California (“Judicial Council”), chaired by the Chief Justice of California, is the chief policy making agency of the California judicial system.  The Judicial Council’s Court Operations and Services Division, Center for Families, Children & the Courts (“CFCC”) supports programs in court settings that improve practice and services for children, youth, parents, families and other court users such as this reference manual DOGBOOK.  This request seeks proposal to update it which is currently in its 3rd edition. The updates will include changes in statute, additional legal requirements such as the Federal Family First Prevention Services Act, and updates in case law since 2017. Further, the proposal seeks to update any fact sheets or summary of cases considering changes in case law or statue since 2017. Contractor will also work with the Judicial Council to convert the 4th edition to be available on a mobile platform.

Questions regarding this RFP should be directed to solicitations@jud.ca.gov and must be received no later than 5pm PST, March 30, 2022.  Electronic copy proposals must be emailed to solicitations@jud.ca.gov.  RESPONSES DUE:  April 15, 2022, 5:00 P.M.

Attention:  Bid Desk
Judicial Council of California
455 Golden Gate Avenue, 6th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102-3688

Request for Proposals

Attachments to this RFP include: