Children Generally in Child Welfare Cases - Studies and Reports

  1. National Association of Counsel for Children, Evaluation of the Guardian Ad Litem System in Nebraska (Dec. 2009), available at http://www.naccchildlaw.org/news/35016/NACC-Study---Evaluation-of-the-Guardian-Ad-Litem-System-in-Nebraska.htm.

  2. Texas Appleseed, Improving the Lives of Children in Long-Term Foster Care: The Role of Texas' Courts & Legal System: An Overview of Study Findings and Recommendations (Aug. 20, 2010), available at http://www.texasappleseed.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=20&Itemid=253.

  3. Alicia LeVezu, Defending Our Children: A Child's Access to Justice in Washington StateAccess to Counsel Project at the Children and Youth Advocacy Clinic, University of Washington School of Law (Aug. 2016), available at https://www.law.washington.edu/Clinics/Child/Projects/DefendingOurChildrenAugust2016.pdf.

  4. Clark Peters, Measuring the Impact of Children's Rights to Counsel: Advancing Child Due Process and Well-Being in the Juvenile Court Ecology, State Policy Advocacy and Reform Center (Feb. 2016), available at https://firstfocus.org/resources/fact-sheet/measuring-impact-childrens-rights-counsel/.

  5. Washington State Office of Public Defense, Costs of Defense and Children's Representation in Dependency and Termination Cases (Dec. 1999), available at http://www.opd.wa.gov/documents/0043-1999_CostofDepenencyRepresentation.pdf.