71 La. L. Rev. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/louilr71 and id is 1 raw text is: Louisiana                                  VOLUME71
FALL 2010
Law Review                                      NUMBERI
The Power Politics of Juvenile Court Transfer: A Mildly
Revisionist History of the 1990s
Franklin E. Zimring    1
Missed Opportunity: Waiver, Race, Data, and Policy Reform
Mark Soler    17
Social Welfare and Fairness in Juvenile Crime Regulation
Elizabeth S. Scott
Laurence Steinberg   35
Using Graham v. Florida to Challenge Juvenile Transfer
Neelum Arya     99
Clinicians' Transfer Evaluations: How Well Can They
Assist Judicial Discretion?
Thomas Grisso   157
An Open Door to the Criminal Courts: Analyzing the
Evolution of Louisiana's System for Juvenile Waiver
Hector Linares
Derwyn Bunton    191
Maximizing Expectations: The IDEA, Louisiana, and the
Assessment of Students with Disabilities
Laura Beth Graham    231

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