What I’m reading: Brooklyn Law Review

Brooklyn Law School held what looks like an amazing symposium on reforming child protection law. The TOC of the law review issue that came out of it is below. You can access the full issue for free here.


Symposium: Reforming Child Protection Law: A Public Health Approach
Introduction by Introduction by Marsha Garrison, J.D. and Cynthia Godsoe, J.D.

Taking the Risks Out of Child Protection Risk Analysis
Marsha Garrison, J.D. 

Neuroscience and the Child Welfare System 
Clare Huntington, J.D. 

Public Health Approaches to Child and Parent Screening: Implications for Child Protection
Sheila Smith, Ph.D.  

Just Intervention: Differential Response in Child Protection  
Cynthia Godsoe, J.D.  

Assessing Public Health Strategies for Advancing Child Protection: Human Trafficking as a Case Study
Jonathan Todres, J.D.  

Using Community-Based Participatory Research to Study the Relationship Between Sources and Types of Funding and Mental Health Outcomes for Children Served by the Child Welfare System in Ohio
Susan Vivian Mangold, J.D, Catherine Cerulli, J.D., Ph.D., Gregory Kapcar, Crystal Ward Allen, Kim Kaukeinen, And Hua He, Ph.D. 

Remarks Delivered April 13, 2012 to the Brooklyn Law School Symposium on Reforming Child Protection Law: A Public Health Approach
Hon. Edwina Richardson-Mendelson, J.D., Ph.D.


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