CASA volunteers advocate for best interest, while the children’s attorneys advocate for their client wishes, as well as to protect the children’s legal rights.  CASA volunteers do not provide legal representation in the courtroom. While CASA volunteers may also tell the Judge about the child’s wants and desires, their primary role is to represent the child’s best interests. CASA volunteer are required to submit a written report to the courts every six month, whereas, attorneys are not required to submit a report.