The State of the Child in Elkhart County
Apr 12, 2021 12:00 PM
Deborah Domine, Juvenile Court Magistrate
The State of the Child in Elkhart County

Deborah Domine, Juvenile Court Magistrate (and fellow Elkhart Rotarian!) presents: The State of the Child in Elkhart County

Magistrate Domine has served as Elkhart County Juvenile Court Magistrate since January, 2001. She graduated with a B.A. from the University of Michigan, and spent 15 years as a journalist. She graduated second in her class from Valparaiso University School of Law. After clerking in Federal Court for the Honorable Allen Sharp and the Honorable Robin Pierce, she worked in private practice. Since being appointed to the bench, Magistrate Domine has heard over 27,000 cases involving juveniles. She is the Treasurer of the Indiana Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, and led Elkhart County’s effort in JDAI. Domine originated and hosts the annual Elkhart County Summit on Children, which draws over 500 participants annually, educates, and shines a light on the legal issues involving families and children. She initiated the Lunch-with-A Cop program and has presented at the juvenile court judges annual meeting and at training sessions for new judges. She lives in Goshen with her husband and is the proud mother of three adult children.

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