University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "There are Two Sides to Every Story: Collaboration between Advocates and Defenders in Achieving Systemic Juvenile Justice Reform"
Date 04/30/2012
Author R. Daniel Okonkwo & Dylan Nicole De Kervor
Author Institution University of Pennsylvania Law School
External Link https://scholarship.law.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1119&context=jlasc
Abstract This article challenges juvenile defenders to participate in the growing demand for holistic reforms in the broader juvenile justice system. In order to achieve long lasting results for their clients, juvenile defenders are challenged to build their knowledge and awareness of juvenile justice reform by participating in youth and policy advocacy, in addition to the daily work of legal representation. This article also challenges juvenile justice advocates to include juvenile defenders when devising advocacy strategies and building coalitions to push for reforms. Juvenile defenders are necessary, knowledgeable, and powerful allies in the fight for juvenile justice reform.
Source Penn Law: Legal Scholarship Repository
Citation 15 U. Pa. J.L. & Soc. Change 435-454


This Resource Relates To
case Jerry M. v. District of Columbia (JC-DC-0003)
case United States v. Louisiana (JI-LA-0001)

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