2011/12 | Volume 56 | Number 4

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)

Table of Contents

I. Juvenile Justice Reform in New York

II. Notes

III. Case Comments

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