Representing the Child Client
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Professionals have come to rely on the insightful analysis of practitioner and Professor Michael J. Dale. Now in 11 chapters, Professor Dale covers the legal and strategic considerations involved in the representation of children including those who are neglected, dependent or charged with delinquent behavior. The primary topics and issues analyzed include:
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Table of contents
Ch 1. Litigation on Behalf of Children in Institutions: Strategic and Legal Considerations
Ch. 1A Basic Principles of Institutional Liability
Ch. 2 Legal Rights of Children in Institutions
Ch. 3 The Legal Status of Minors
Ch. 4 Representing Children in Dependency Proceedings
Ch. 5 Representing Children in Juvenile Justice Proceedings
Ch. 6 Representing Students in School-Related Matters
Ch. 7 The Child Witness
Ch. 8 Health Care for Low-Income Children
Ch. 9 Practical Considerations in Representing Children
Ch. 10 School Discipline
First published in 1987.