Blog Posts: Elizabeth M. Hutchens

Elizabeth M. Hutchens

Prof. Ann Estin on child welfare in abduction and asylum proceedings

Numbers of unaccompanied minors taken into custody at the United States's southern border have nearly doubled in the last year. The dramatic increase has strained U.S. courts, particularly where international legal obligations are involved. University of Iowa law Prof. Ann Estin argues that U.S. courts are up to the challenge.

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No Comments | Posted by Elizabeth M. Hutchens on Mon. August 1, 2016 8:00 AM
Categories: Children's rights, Conflict of Laws, Hague Convention, Refugees/Asylum, Symposium

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