Handbook of Children in the Legal System

  • Ginger C. Calloway S. Margaret Lee
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This handbook brings together the relevant literature on children and their developmental characteristics, the legal venues in which they may appear, and the systemic issues practitioners must consider to provide a thorough guide to working with children in the legal system. Featuring contributions from leading mental health and legal experts, chapters start with an overview and history of the juvenile justice system along with discussion of critical developmental areas imperative to consider for work with children, and idiosyncratic issues that arise. The book ends with a case presentation section that illustrates the varied roles and venues in which children appear in the legal system. An extended bibliography provides additional resources and literature to investigate specific topics in greater length. This accessible and useable guide is designed to appeal to a broad range of people encountering children in the legal system, including social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, attorneys, and judges. It will also benefit professions such as law enforcement as well as probation officers, child protective workers, school personnel, and medical personnel.
Inhoudsopgave
Foreword Introduction Ginger C. Calloway and S. Margaret Lee PART ONE: Overview Section I: Overview of Juvenile Justice System Chapter 1: The Push-Me-Pull-You of Juvenile Justice Mary Cecil Wilson Chapter 2: A View from the Bench: Perspectives of a Former Juvenile Court Judge. Marcia Morey Section II: Developmental Variables Chapter 3: Children's Memory for Forensically Relevant Experiences Lynne Baker-Ward, Peter Ornstein, and Taylor E. Thomas Chapter 4: Navigating Tricky Waters: Understanding and Supporting Children's Testimony about Experiencing and Witnessing Violence. Deborah Goldfarb, Hana Chae. and Laura Shambaugh PART TWO: Assessment Chapter 5: Assessment: Methods, Measures, Protocols and Report Writing S. Margaret Lee PART THREE: Case Studies Chapter 6: Out of Home Care: Depending on the Kindness of Strangers Barbara L. Mercer Chapter 7: Attachment Relationships for Attorneys: Using Expert Testimony to Guide the Courts Determination of Children's Best Interests in Family Court Cases Alicia Jurney, Introduction by Ginger C. Calloway Chapter 8: Considerations when Working with Central American Immigrant Children in the Legal System Giselle A. Hass Chapter 9: Adolescent Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in the Civil Aren Amy Levy Chapter 10: Interviewing Children about Sexual Abuse Jacqueline Singer Chapter 11: Interpersonal Violence and Children Nancy W. Olesen Chapter 12: Giving Voice to Children in Non-Traditional Families Deborah Wald and S. Margaret Lee Chapter 13: Hague Convention Cases S. Margaret Leeand Brent D. Seymour Chapter 14: Resist Refuse Dynamics in Family Law with Young Child Ginger C. Calloway and S. Margaret Lee Chapter 15: A Case of Juvenile Homicide with Complex Issues of Mental Illness and Developmental Disorder Ginger C. Calloway Chapter 16: The Role of Advocates for Children in Dependency Court Sally Wilson Erny Appendix A Appendix B Bibliography Index
Review
"In a time when children have been largely silenced during this global pandemic, Drs. Ginger Calloway and Margaret Lee have given careful, thoughtful and compassionate voice to children involved in our legal systems. Featuring internationally known legal and mental health scholars with impeccable reputations in the legal community, this edited book provides a key resource for learning about the various legal systems that impact children, including juvenile justice, dependency, family law, immigration and criminal. Written by practitioners for practitioners, this book is both comprehensive and easy to read with several case studies to expand on concepts and to showcase the voices of children. This book is a must read for both mental health and legal professionals working with children in the legal system and for students interested in children and the law." Michael Saini, PhD, MSW, RSW, associate professor, Factor-Inwentash chair in Law and Social Work, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Productdetails
Uitgavejaar 2021
ISBN 9780367027810
Verschijningsdatum 26 aug. 2021
Omvang 382
Auteur(s) Ginger C. Calloway S. Margaret Lee
Bindwijze Paperback
Taal Engels
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