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Seventh edition printed of Professor Abrams’ casebook

Professor Douglas E. Abrams and his co-authors have published the 7th edition of their Children and the Law casebook (West 2020). The fully updated edition continues to cover children’s constitutional rights, representing children, abuse and neglect, foster care, crimes against children, adoption, medical decision making, financial responsibility and control, protective legislation, and…

Professor Abrams Publishes Family Law Casebook’s Fifth Edition

Professor Douglas E. Abrams has just published the fifth edition of Contemporary Family Law, the West Academic casebook that he co-authors with Professors Naomi R. Cahn and Catherine J. Ross of the George Washington University Law School and Linda C. McClain of the Boston University School of Law. The casebook has 179 adoptions in law schools throughout the United…

Professor Lietzan Collaborates on Compassionate Use Research in France and the U.S.

Professor Erika Lietzan is spending six weeks in France at the invitation of the Centre de Recherche sur le Droit International des Marchés et des Investissements (CREDIMI) at Université de Bourgogne. At the end of November, she attended a colloquium at the French Supreme Court concerning the rights of children with anonymous biological parents (due to sperm or egg donation) to learn the identities…

Professor Abrams Publishes Casebook’s Sixth Edition

Professor Doug Abrams and his co-authors have published the sixth edition of their popular casebook, Children and the Law: Doctrine, Policy, and Practice. The book continues its interdisciplinary emphasis, practical approach, and in-depth coverage of lawyering, child abuse and neglect, foster care, adoption, status offenses and delinquency. Chapters on children’s rights and obligations, regulatory legislation, financial relationships and medical decision-making…