Prof. Tamar Birckhead, who teaches in the Youth Justice Clinic and is the Director of Clinical Programs, recently published an op-ed in the News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), on the prosecution of children who are delinquent by reason of poverty.
Professor Kevin Lapp of Loyola Law School in Los Angeles published the following on PrawfsBlawg this past March recognizing Professor Tamar Birckhead as one of his "step-ahead scholars" or someone who not only had the same idea for a law review article but has already written a paper on the topic.
Professor Kathryn Sabbeth of the Civil Legal Assistance Clinic has two new law review articles forthcoming and has recently presented her scholarship at several venues.
Professor Barbara Fedders has a chapter in a book published in May by NYU Press, A New Juvenile Justice System: Total Reform for a Broken System.
Her chapter is entitled, "Building on Advocacy for Girls and LGBT Youth: A Foundation for Liberatory Laws, Policies, and Services for All Youth in the Juvenile Justice System."
The book is available for purchase on Amazon.
Professor Barbara Fedders, who teaches in the Youth Justice Clinic, has recently published both scholarship and commentary on the school-to-prison pipeline and has presented her work at law schools across the country.