Daily Archives: July 6, 2012

Video available for NBC Story on Maya Angelou Academy

Earlier this week I posted a piece on an upcoming NBC story on Maya Angelou Academy, located within a D.C. youth correctional facility. Here is the link to the six-minute story. ┬áIt’s very sensitively done, includes interviews with the school’s … Continue reading

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Recent Juvenile Justice Legal Scholarship

During my years in academia, I’ve tried to keep up with the latest legal scholarship written in the area of juvenile justice by subscribing to relevant eJournals through the Social Science Research Network, subject-matter email alerts through Lexis, and weekly … Continue reading

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