Learn More About Dependency Law & Juvenile Defense


Visit the following links to learn more:

Juvenile Justice Organizations

Children and Youth Justice Center
National Juvenile Defender Center
Coalition for Juvenile Justice
Federal Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee
Washington State Partnership Council on Juvenile Justice

Child Welfare Organizations

Mockingbird Society
Annie E. Casey Foundation
Casey Family Programs

Civil Liberties & Human Rights

American Civil Liberties Union
American Civil Liberties Union (Washington)
Southern Poverty Law Center

Criminal Law & Criminal Defense Organizations

American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Bar Associations

American Bar Association
King County Bar Association
Washington State Bar Association
Washington Women Lawyers


Washington State Courts

Washington Law Enforcement Agencies

King County Sheriff’s Office
Seattle Police Department
Washington State Patrol


U.S. Constitution
U.S. Constitution Annotated
Washington Constitution

Statutes and Codes

Seattle Municipal Code
Washington Administrative Code
Washington Revised Code
Washington Session Laws

Prosecuting Authorities

King County Prosecuting Attorney
Washington Attorney General’s Office

Quoted In

Foster Care Can Split Families
Unique Care Plan for Black Foster Kids
Case against Grieving Parents Thrown Out
Courts Try to Keep Families Together as Caseloads Skyrocket
Bartel, Joan, For Children’s Sake: The Promise of Family. New York: Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, 1992.


What’s Wrong with Believing in Repression? A Review for Legal Professionals p.223

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