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Juvenile Justice Fees

We continue this month's focus on juvenile justice with a new advocacy story, Debt-Free Justice: A Bottom-Up Approach to Ending Juvenile Fees in California. Stephanie Campos-Bui, Clinical Supervising Attorney at UC-Berkeley School of Law's Policy Advocacy Clinic, writes about how community organizations, advocacy groups, and legal aid providers came together to make California the first state in the country to end the practice of charging harmful and regressive fees to families of youth in the juvenile justice system. Read more.

Earlier this month, we published an article on the collateral consequences of juvenile system involvement -- and the legal aid-juvenile defender partnerships that work to curb these consequences. Read the article and watch the Advocacy Exchange for more.

Advocate Training
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Supervising for Quality and Impact-July 2018

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Advocacy Stories

Debt-Free Justice

A Bottom-Up Approach to Ending Juvenile Fees in California

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Advocacy Exchange

Overcoming the Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Court Involvement

with Serena Holthe & Sabrina Forté

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Clearinghouse Articles

Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Court Involvement

An Opportunity for Partnership

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The Witness

The Witness Episode 1: Attorney-Client Relationships

Kathryn Ellis & David Yoder, Tony Seaton & Christina Magráns-Tillery, and Jane Jarvis & Cathy Clayton

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Ensuring Fair Housing for People with Criminal Records

A Conversation with HUD

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