Probate and Family Court Department is seeking applications from
persons wishing to receive appointments as Rogers Monitor in Rogers
and Geriatric Rogers cases. Names of qualified applicants
will be placed on lists maintained by the Court in accordance
with Supreme Judicial Court Rule 1:07.
applicant must be an attorney with at least three years experience
practicing in the Probate and Family Courts of Massachusetts, including
cases involving guardianship and authority to administer antipsychotic
medication to wards pursuant to G.L. c. 201, §§ 6(d), 6A(d), 14(a).
Applicants must also be certified by the Committee for Public Counsel
Services(CPCS) to accept appointments as counsel in Rogers
cases. Applicants who are certified by CPCS to accept appointments
in care and protection and termination of parental rights cases
may indicate that they wish to accept appointments as Rogers
Monitor for children.
will be available in the Registries of Probate and Probation Offices
in ALL Divisions beginning on April 30,
2001, for the following category which is known as Category
Geriatric Rogers cases, GL c. 201, §§ 6(d), 6A(d), 14(a).
MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN 5:00 P.M. ON MAY 25, 2001