The clinical faculty have produced groundbreaking scholarship on legal issues surrounding child and family advocacy. Here is a selection of their work.
Philip M. Genty
Overcoming Cultural Blindness in International Clinical Collaboration: The Divide Between Civil and Common Law Cultures and its Implications for Clinical Education, 15 Clinical L. Rev. 131 (2008).
Confusing Punishment with Custodial Care: The Troublesome Legacy of Estelle v. Gamble, 21 Vt. L. Rev. 379 (1996).
Clients Don’t Take Sabbaticals: The Indispensable In-House Clinic and the Teaching of Empathy, 7 Clinical L. Rev. 273 (2000).
Moving Beyond Generalizations and Stereotypes to Develop Individualized Approaches for Working with Families Affected by Parental Incarceration, 50 Fam. Ct. Rev. 36 (2012).
The IMPACT of the Adoption and Safe Families Act on Children of Incarcerated Parents, (with Arlene F. Lee and Mimi Laver), Child and Welfare League of America (2005).
Jane M. Spinak
Reforming Family Court: Getting It Right between Rhetoric and Reality, 31 J.L. & Pol’y 11 (2009).
Simon Says Take Three Steps Backwards: The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws Recommendations on Child Representation, 6 Nev. L.J. 1385 (2006).
A Conversation About Problem-Solving Courts: Take 2, 10 U. Md. L.J. Race Relig. Gender & Class 113 (2010).
The Role of Strategic Management Planning in Improving the Representation of Clients: A Child Advocacy Example, 34 Fam. L.Q. 497 (2000).