Volume 56, Issue 4 Juvenile Justice Reform in New YorkDistinguished legal, criminal justice, and social science scholars, attorneys, and judges examine all phases of New York’s juvenile justice system, from police-youth interactions through post-adjudication detention and alternatives, based on a symposium held at New York Law School in April 2011 and sponsored by the Diane Abbey Law Center for Children and Families.
Reflections on Juvenile Justice Reform in New York
Growing Up Policed in the Age of Aggressive Policing Policies
Brett G. Stoudt, Michelle Fine, and Madeline Fox
Judging Children as Children: Reclaiming New York’s Progressive Tradition
Michael A. Corriero
Coming Clean: The Erosion of Juvenile Miranda Rights in New York State