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The academy immediately met resistance from some of its own members on its decision to support the legal rights of children in same-sex parenting households.
Many of these, according to experts, could potentially weaken the legal rights of children with disabilities and their families: cessation of services; denial of due process; elimination or severe weakening of procedural safeguards; private school vouchers.
The School chapter presents the legal rights of children with bipolar disorder under the Individual with Disabilities Education Act and Individual Education Plan (IEP).
Cohn, JD, discusses the legal rights of children with chronic health conditions to participate in sports.
How far we are willing to go to protect and uphold the legal rights of children says a lot about who we are as a profession.
Lawyers who care about the legal rights of children are urged to purchase a "Kids Deserve Justice" specialty license plate and to donate to the Lawyers' Challenge for Children on the annual Florida Bar Fee Statement.
Legal Aid Service of Broward County's Education Legal Rights Project--to ensure that the legal rights of children under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act are being implemented, $25,000.
The committee recommended and the board approved allowing a committee to lobby for adequate funding for programs that protect the legal rights of children.
It represents more than a $250,000 investment by the Bar, and it defines issues regarding the legal rights of children, our most precious resource.
A request by the Bar's Commission on the Legal Needs of Children to oppose funding cuts for state programs that protect the legal rights of children has been approved by the Board of Governors.
In 1972, the first casebook on juvenile justice was published, following by treatises on the legal rights of children in the '80s.