Juvenile Justice Reform in New York
Distinguished legal, criminal justice, and social science scholars, attorneys, and judges examine all phases of New York’s juvenile justice system, from police-youth interactions through post-adjudication detention and alternatives, based on a symposium held at New York Law School in April 2011 and sponsored by the Diane Abbey Law Center for Children and Families.
Volume 56, Issue 4 (2011-2012)
I. Juvenile Justice Reform in New York
- Foreword: The Past, Present, and Future of Juvenile Justice Reform in New York State by Stephen A. Newman.
- Juvenile Justice Reform: Now Is the Moment by Judith S. Kaye.
- Reflections on Juvenile Justice Reform in New York by Jeremy Travis.
- Growing Up Policed in the Age of Aggressive Policing Policies by Brett G. Stoudt, Michelle Fine and Madeline Fox.
- Criminalizing the Classroom: The Rise of Aggressive Policing and Zero Tolerance Discipline in New York City Public Schools by Udi Ofer.
- Judging Children as Children: Reclaiming New York’s Progressive Tradition by Michael A. Corriero.
- When the Cure Makes You Ill: Seven Core Principles to Change the Course of Youth Justice by Gabrielle Prisco.
- Reducing Juvenile Detention: Notes from an Experiment on Staten Island by Nancy L. Fishman.
- Coming Clean: The Erosion of Juvenile Miranda Rights in New York State by Justin Ashenfelter.
- Regulation LLC by Raymond P. Girnys.
- Turning the Lights On: An Analysis of the Fiduciary Duty Provisions of the New York State Public Authority Reform Act by Adam Paul Gordon.
III. Case Comments