Michigan Law’s Child Advocacy Law Clinic


The oldest child welfare law clinic in the country in which law students, under the supervision of experienced faculty members, represent children, parents, and other parties in foster-care proceedings. Created in 1976.
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Primary geographic focus: Michigan
Organization type(s): Law School, Provider


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Trump Administration Rule Change Could Unleash Hundreds of Millions in Federal Funds to Defend Rights of Parents, Children in Child Protection Cases

John Kelly
Chronicle of Social Change (CA)
February 5, 2019
Most state and local courts have some guarantees of legal support available for kids and parents, even though the Supreme Court has ruled it is not constitutionally required. But child representation is not always provided by a lawyer.



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