Children, Parents, and the Law: Public and Private Authority in the Home, Schools, and Juvenile Courts

Children Parents and the Law Public and Private Authority in the Home Schools and Juvenile Courts This text retains the features that earned it success in its First Edition It offers problem exercises throughout varying in complexity from short and simple to longer and involved an interdisciplina

  • Title: Children, Parents, and the Law: Public and Private Authority in the Home, Schools, and Juvenile Courts
  • Author: Leslie J. Harris Lee E. Teitelbaum
  • ISBN: 9780735563636
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This text retains the features that earned it success in its First Edition It offers problem exercises throughout, varying in complexity from short and simple to longer and involved an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates information from related social sciences, such as psychology and sociology a balanced perspective and coverage of issues, with no peThis text retains the features that earned it success in its First Edition It offers problem exercises throughout, varying in complexity from short and simple to longer and involved an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates information from related social sciences, such as psychology and sociology a balanced perspective and coverage of issues, with no perceptible bias liberal or conservative in tone or selection of topics ample coverage of juvenile courts, making it an ideal choice for Juvenile Justice and Juvenile Court courses as well as courses that center on parents and children s rights and obligations a concise, manageable length at fewer than 900 pages logical organization and clear structure, catering to a wide variety of teaching styles a comprehensive Teacher s Manual, available in print and online The Second Edition has been carefully updated with great new material on control over and funding of education, including school vouchers and Zelman v Simmons Harris minors First Amendment rights and reproductive decision making juvenile delinquency, including Roper v Simmons on the death penalty, the MacArthur Juvenile Adjudicative Competence Study, and their implications for juvenile delinquency law and practice additional Supreme Court cases focusing on school searches Board of Education v Earls and the new cases on the interrogation of minors Yarborough v Alvarado child welfare, including i additional coverage of domestic violence, including Nicholson v Williams and its aftermath ii new cases on emergency removals iii cases considering the constitutionality of the AFSAtermination of parental rights grounds and commentary and materials on the impact of the AFSA changes iv greater focus on teens aging out of foster care heresay and cases applying it to child abuse investigations, including the Supreme Court s opinion in Crawford v Washington

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    1. This is Professor Leslie Harris, who wrote this book. She runs family and child law stuff at the University of Oregon. Maybe she runs family and child law stuff in the world, but I am not qualified to give definitive information about that. I think it’s safe to say that there is some tension between her and me that I won’t get into now because that’s not really the point. She did give me a Child Advocacy Fellowship for this year, and it’s paid, and that was nice of her. In that clip, you [...]

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