JUVENILE LAW

Beyond Troxel: The Pragmatic Challenges of Grandparent Visitation Continue…..50:267

Children are Different: Why Iowa Should Adopt a Categorical Ban on Life Without Parole Sentences for Juvenile Homicide Offenders…..63:311

The Effect of the Gault Decision on the Iowa Juvenile System…..17:53

The Evolution of Guardianship Law in Iowa: A Search for Fairness and Justice in Guardianship Proceedings…..45:963

Is Mama a Criminal?—An Analysis of Potential Criminal Liability of HIV-Infected Pregnant Women in the Context of Mandated Drug Therapy…..50:293

Juvenile Curfew Laws: Is There a Standard?…..45:749

Redefining Motherhood: Determining Legal Maternity in Gestational Surrogacy Arrangements…..51:605

Self-Defense and the Child Parricide Defendant: Should Courts Make a Distinction Between the Battered Woman and the Battered Child?…..44:351

State v. Halverson (Iowa 1971)—In Iowa, Statutory Due Process Requires a Separate Hearing on the Question of Transfer Before a Juvenile Court May Properly Waive Jurisdiction to the Criminal Court…..22:213

The State’s Duty to Children in Foster Care—Bearing the Burden of Protecting Children…..51:793

Waiver of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction Under Iowa’s New Juvenile Justice Act…..29:405

Wilson v. Coughlin, 259 Iowa 1163, 147 N.W.2d 175 (1966)—Does the Transfer of a Juvenile Delinquent from a Training School for Boys to a Men’s Reformatory Without Constitutional Safeguards of Criminal Prosecution Violate Due Process of the Law?…..16:101