Current issue: Volume 62, Summer 2010, Issue 4

 

SYMPOSIUM 2010: RIGHTING THE WRONGED:
CAUSES, EFFECTS, AND REMEDIES OF
JUVENILE WRONGFUL CONVICTION

Introduction
Laura Cohen

Arresting Development: Convictions of Innocent Youth
Joshua A. Tepfer, Laura H. Nirider & Lynda M. Tricarico

The Susceptibility of Juveniles to False Confessions and False Guilty Pleas
Allison D. Redlich

Culture Clash: The Challenge of Lawyering Across Difference in Juvenile Court
Tamar R. Birckhead

NOTES

Curiouser and Curiouser: Are Employers the Modern Day Alice in Wonderland?
Closing the Ambiguity in Federal Privacy Law as Employers Cyber-Snoop
Beyond the Workplace

Cicero H. Brabham, Jr.

The Sex Offender Under the Bridge: Has Megan's Law Run Amok?
Rachel J. Rodriquez

Reform of New Jersey's Public Schools: Towards Regionalization
Justin Schwam


 

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