The nation’s premier interdisciplinary clinic where law and public policy students team up to take on systemic racial and economic injustice.
COVID-19 has created an unprecedented public health and economic crisis, and families with youth in the juvenile legal system are among the most vulnerable. States and local governments must take immediate action to mitigate harm and promote the economic and emotional resiliency of youth and families to weather the crisis.
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PAC Partners Work to End Florida Court Fees that Squeeze Teens(03/09/2023)
PAC-Supported Bill to End Juvenile Court Fees in Arizona Gains Bipartisan Support(03/01/2023)
Illinois Debt Free Justice Launches Website to Support Juvenile Fee and Fine Abolition(02/28/2023)
New Study Finds that Juvenile Court Debt Promotes Recidivism, Not Rehabilitation(02/16/2023)
PAC-Supported Bill Introduced in California to Eliminate Unnecessary Bench Warrants(02/16/2023)
California Youth Restitution Bill Supported by PAC Research Introduced(02/16/2023)
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Cameron D. Clark
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