Symposium: Existing and Emerging Constitutional Rights of Children
The Constitutionalization of Children's Rights: Incorporating Emerging Human Rights into Constitutional Doctrine
Barbara Bennett Woodhouse
What Does Frieda Yoder Believe?
Three Concepts of Children's Constitutional Rights: Reflections on the Enjoyment Theory
Laurence D. Houlgate
Children and the Child Welfare System
Richard J. Gelles and Ira Schwartz
Is There Justice in Children's Rights?: The Critique of Federal Family Preservation Policy
Dorothy E. Roberts
Adoption, Identity, and the Constitution: The Case for Opening Closed Records
Naomi Cahn and Jana Singer
The Juvenile Court's Next Century - Getting Past the I11-Founded Talk of Abolition
Gary L. Crippen
An Emerging Right for Mature Minors to Receive Information
Catherine J. Ross
The Danger of Value-Laden Investigation in Child Sexual Abuse Cases: Are Defendants' Constitutional Rights Violated When Mental Health Professionals Offer Testimony Based on Children's Hearsay Statements and Behaviors?
Lynne Celander DeSarbo
"C" is for Constitution: Recognizing the Dure Process Rights of Children in Contested Adoptions
The Foster Care Dilemma and What to Do About it: Is the Problem that Too Many Children are Not Being Adopted out of Foster Care or that Too Many Children are Entering Foster Care?