34 Child. Legal Rts. J. [i] (2013-2014)

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                  Child en'sVolume 34, Issue 1

Legal Rights


Journal




                                         Articles

     .l Considering Child Trauma Issues in Juvenile Court Sentencing
        By Gene Griffin & Sarah Sallen
     o A Letter to Congress: The Communications Decency Act Promotes Human Trafficking
       By Abigail Kuzma
     o Rich Dad vs. Poor Dad: Why Leaving Financial Education to Parents Breeds Financial Inequality
        & Economic Instability
        By Afton Cavanaugh
     o Breaking Through the Courtroom Door: Reexamining the Illinois Supreme Court's Public
        Education Finance Cases
        By Nicholas Infusino


                             Featured Practice Perspectives

  Opposing Views: The Divide in Public Education Funding - Property Tax Revenue
        By Magda Derisma
 Education Connection: Financial Education Leads to Better Financial Decisions
       By Lauren Goyette
  Statistically Speaking: Distinguishing Misinformation from Effective Intervention in the Court System's
  Treatment of PTSD-Affected Juvenile Sex Offenders
        By Kathryn Huber
 Review: Trust - The Increasing Dangers for Children in a Digital World
       By Ashley Huntington
  Spotlight On: How the Internet Facilitates Underage Victimization in Human Trafficking
       By Victoria Vanderschaaf
 Legislative Update: A Look at Juvenile Life Without Parole Post-Miller
        By Kelcy Whitaker




                  Civitas ChildLaw Center Loyola University Chicago School of Law
                  in cooperation with the National Association of Counsel for Children

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