Dependency or Abuse/Neglect - Law Review Articles and Treatises

  1. Michael Dale & Louis Reidenberg, The Kids Aren't Alright: Every Child Should Have An Attorney in Child Welfare Proceedings in Florida, 36 Nova L. Rev. 345 (Spring 2012).

  2. Donald N. Duquette, Legal Representation for Children in Protection Proceedings: Two Distinct Lawyer Roles Are Required, 34 Fam. L.Q. 441 (2000).

  3. Judge Leonard Edwards, Engaging Fathers in the Child Protection Process: The Judicial Role, Juv. and Fam. Ct. J. (2009), available at http://nc.casaforchildren.org/files/public/community/judges/November_2009/EdwardsEngagingFathersJournal09.pdf.

  4. Linda D. Elrod, Client-Directed Lawyers for Children: It Is the "Right" Thing to Do, 27 Pace L. Rev. 869 (2007), available at http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/plr/vol27/iss4/12/.

  5. Barbara Glesner Fines, Almost Pro-Bono: Judicial Appointments of Attorneys in Juvenile and Child Dependency Actions, 72 UMKC L. Rev. 337 (2003), available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1010186.

  6. Shireen Husain, A Voice For The Voiceless: A Child's Right To Legal Representation In Dependency Proceedings, 79 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 232 (Nov. 2010), available at http://groups.law.gwu.edu/LR/ArticlePDF/79-1-Husain.pdf.

  7. Ira Lustbader and Erik Pitchal, Implementation of the Right to Counsel for Children in Juvenile Court Dependency Proceedings: Lessons From Kenny A, 36 Nova L. Rev. 407 (Spring 2012).

  8. Suparna Malempati, Beyond Paternalism: The Role of Counsel for Children in Abuse and Neglect Proceedings, 11 U. N.H. L. Rev. 97, 99 (2013), available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2254033.

  9. Suparna Malempati, The Illusion of Due Process for Children in Dependency Proceedings, 44 Cumb. L. Rev. 181 (2013-14).

  10. Note: Child Neglect: Due Process for the Parent, 70 Columbia Law Review 465 (1970).

  11. Erik Pitchal, Children's' Constitutional Rights to Counsel in Dependency Cases, 15 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. L. Rev. 663 (2005-2006).

  12. Jacob Ethan Smiles, A Child's Due Process Right to Legal. Counsel in Abuse and Neglect Dependency Proceedings, 37 Fam. L.Q. 485 (2003).

  13. Elizabeth Thornton and Betsy Gwin, High-Quality Legal Representation for Parents in Child Welfare Cases Results in Improved Outcomes for Families and Potential Cost Savings, Family Law Quarterly, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p139-154 (Spring 2012), available at https://www.ils.ny.gov/files/Thornton%20and%20Gwin%20Fam%20Law%20Q%202012%2046-1%20139-154%20High%20Qual%20parent%20rep%20improves%20family%20outcomes%20and%20saves%20money.pdf.

  14. LaShanda Taylor, A Lawyer for Every Child: Client-Directed Representation in Dependency Cases, 47 Fam. Ct. Rev. 605 (2009),  available at http://www.improvechildrep.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=Mftflv7LJyM%3d&tabid=85.

  15. Lois A. Weinberg, Carl Weinberg & Nancy M. Shea, Advocacy's Role in Identifying Dysfunctions in Agencies Serving Abused and Neglected Children, 2 Child Maltreatment 212 (1997), available at http://www.improvechildrep.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=lq7LPXsqt24%3D&tabid=85.