Date Chartered: 1/1/1973

Purpose

The Section on Family and Juvenile Law promotes the development and exchange of information relating to teaching and research in the fields of family and juvenile law and promotes collaborative action among those individuals having an interest in these fields.

Leadership   Section Members

2022

Main Program
Criminal Justice (Co-sponsored by Family and Juvenile Law)
Aging and the Law (Co-sponsored by Family and Juvenile Law)
Children and the Law (Co-sponsored by Family and Juvenile Law)
Networking Session
Works in Progress
Pedagogy

2021

Main Program
Networking Session
Aging and the Law (Co-Sponsored by Family and Juvenile Law)
Pedagogy

2020

Main Program
Aging and the Law (Co-sponsored by Family and Juvenile Law)
Pedagogy

2019

Main Program
Aging and the Law (Co-sponsored by Family and Juvenile Law)
Pedagogy

Recipients

Year Award Name Recipient Law School
2022 Section on Family & Juvenile Law Achievement Award Barbara Bennett-Woodhouse Emory University School of Law
2021 Section on Family & Juvenile Law Achievement Award Andrew Schepard Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University
2021 Section on Family & Juvenile Law Achievement Award Susan Frelich Appleton Washington University in St. Louis School of Law