National Center for Adoption Law & Policy
Capital University Law School
303 East Broad Street
The National Center for Adoption Law & Policy at Capital University Law School works to improve adoption and child protection systems to ensure that all children may have safe, loving, and permanent homes.
What We Believe Every child deserves a family. Children who live in permanent, loving, and stable homes feel better about themselves, receive better healthcare, do better in school, and grow up to be better parents, workers, and citizens.
What We Do 1. Provide information services to individuals and organizations, from adoptive families to professionals working in the adoption and child welfare fields 2. Educate the next generation of child advocates by providing opportunities for future lawyers and social workers 3. Influence law and policy reform through research, analysis, and practice