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Contents: 1. America's children -- 2. Physical, sexual, and emotional child abuse and neglect -- 3. Mental health and related professional evaluations in child welfare proceedings -- 4. The impact of maltreatment on child development -- 5. Family dynamics in child maltreatment -- 6. Cultural context in abuse and negliect practice: tips for attorneys -- 7. The history of child wel Contents: 1. America's children -- 2. Physical, sexual, and emotional child abuse and neglect -- 3. Mental health and related professional evaluations in child welfare proceedings -- 4. The impact of maltreatment on child development -- 5. Family dynamics in child maltreatment -- 6. Cultural context in abuse and negliect practice: tips for attorneys -- 7. The history of child welfare law -- 8. Federal child welfare law and policy: understanding the federal law and funding process -- 9. Child welfare constitutional case law -- 10. A child's journey through the child welfare system -- 11. Dependency court jurisdiction and interstate and international proceedings -- 12. Collateral proceedings -- 13. Confidentiality of juvenile court proceedings and records -- 14. Special evidentiary issues -- 15. Children in court -- 16. Non-adversarial case resolution -- 17. Establishing legal permanence for the child -- 18. Child welfare appellate law and practice -- 19. Representing the state or welfare agency: the role and duties of agency counsel -- 20. Representing parents: the role and duties of respondents' counsel -- 21. Representing children and youth -- 22. Trial advocacy.


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Contents: 1. America's children -- 2. Physical, sexual, and emotional child abuse and neglect -- 3. Mental health and related professional evaluations in child welfare proceedings -- 4. The impact of maltreatment on child development -- 5. Family dynamics in child maltreatment -- 6. Cultural context in abuse and negliect practice: tips for attorneys -- 7. The history of child wel Contents: 1. America's children -- 2. Physical, sexual, and emotional child abuse and neglect -- 3. Mental health and related professional evaluations in child welfare proceedings -- 4. The impact of maltreatment on child development -- 5. Family dynamics in child maltreatment -- 6. Cultural context in abuse and negliect practice: tips for attorneys -- 7. The history of child welfare law -- 8. Federal child welfare law and policy: understanding the federal law and funding process -- 9. Child welfare constitutional case law -- 10. A child's journey through the child welfare system -- 11. Dependency court jurisdiction and interstate and international proceedings -- 12. Collateral proceedings -- 13. Confidentiality of juvenile court proceedings and records -- 14. Special evidentiary issues -- 15. Children in court -- 16. Non-adversarial case resolution -- 17. Establishing legal permanence for the child -- 18. Child welfare appellate law and practice -- 19. Representing the state or welfare agency: the role and duties of agency counsel -- 20. Representing parents: the role and duties of respondents' counsel -- 21. Representing children and youth -- 22. Trial advocacy.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Richard Pittman

    I am a bit more than halfway through this book. It is a very useful handbook on child welfare practice. I would say it is the best handbook on child welfare practice I have ever read, but it is actually the only such handbook I've ever read (or seen). Nevertheless, it is thorough but also readable. I would recommend it to any person who is actively involved in the child welfare system (foster parents, attorneys, CASAs, service providers, case workers, etc.) In particular, its sections on child d I am a bit more than halfway through this book. It is a very useful handbook on child welfare practice. I would say it is the best handbook on child welfare practice I have ever read, but it is actually the only such handbook I've ever read (or seen). Nevertheless, it is thorough but also readable. I would recommend it to any person who is actively involved in the child welfare system (foster parents, attorneys, CASAs, service providers, case workers, etc.) In particular, its sections on child development are especially insightful. Update: Finished with the book, and I highly recommend it for people who work in the child welfare system, either as lawyers or as case workers.

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