Representing children in child protective proceedings: ethical and practical dimensions
There is no area of legal practice with higher stakes than the representation of abused or neglected children. If you handle these cases, you know how delicate they can be & how important it is to get the right result. In Representing Children in Child Protective Proceedings, Jean Koh Peters provides the expert analysis & practical guidance you need to ensure that your child-clients receive the best representation possible.
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