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Founded in 1979, the Children’s Legal Rights Journal is sponsored by Loyola University Chicago School of Law with the cooperation of the National Association of Counsel for Children. Now in a free, online format, this comprehensive journal is published three times annually, and focuses on providing practitioners in law and related fields with the practical resources they need to be effective child welfare advocates.


Each issue of the Children's Legal Rights Journal provides insight into the relationship between the professional and the child in such areas as child abuse and neglect, foster care, child custody and adoption, juvenile delinquency and status offenses, medical care, mental health, education, students' rights, and law enforcement. For more information on the Children’s Legal Rights Journal, please visit their webpage.


The Children's Legal Rights Journal is pleased to announce that Volume 39, Issue 1 is officially published and live! CLRJ would like to thank the authors and editors for their wonderful and diligent work.


A special thanks to Kim Dvorchak and the National Association of Counsel for Children. This issue is a tribute to the organization's 40 years of work in advancing the rights of children. Please click here to view the issue.


This issue includes: Judge Erik Pitchal's article reflecting on the last 40 years of child advocacy from the perspective of the bench, Martin Guggenheim's article critiquing the work of NACC and making suggestions for the future, Sue Burrell and Ji Seon Song's article about the work taking place in California to end solitary confinement of youth, Marja Plater's article about achieving educational stability for the African American foster youth in Maryland, and Christina McClurg Riehl and Tara Shuman's article recommending policy changes to better support kinship caregivers.

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