Daily Archives: July 2, 2012

Adjudicated Juveniles and Collateral Relief

The title of this post is the title of a new article by Josh Tepfer (Northwestern) and Laura Nirider (Northwestern), appearing in the Maine Law Review.  Here is the abstract: Post-conviction relief is a vital part of the American justice … Continue reading

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The Right to Counsel Denied: Confusing the Roles of Lawyers and Guardians

The title of this post is the title of a new article by Professor Alberto Bernabe (John Marshall), The Right to Counsel Denied: Confusing the Roles of Lawyers and Guardians, appearing in the Loyola University Chicago Law Journal.  Here is … Continue reading

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Criminality or Social Exclusion? Justice for Children in a Divided World

The title of this post is the title of the Fifth Biennial Conference of the International Juvenile Justice Observatory, to be held November 5-7, 2012, in the Olympic Park, London. The organizers state the following: Even before the ‘credit crunch’ … Continue reading

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