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Adoption, Family Law, Hein Cites Kaylyn Zurawski

Teacher’s Manual Available!

The second edition of this casebook contains statutes from every region of the pic1United States and from as many states as possible, extensively edited cases from several jurisdictions, interdisciplinary materials that reflect sociological and psychological aspects of adoption, tools such as practice pointers, a hearing transcript and forms to give a bird’s-eye view of the practice of adoption law, plus a table of cases, appendices, and an index.

There are also new chapters on alternatives to adoption, child welfare and ethics. Professors will find this information valuable for classroom discussion, while practitioners will find it helpful for drafting documents and representing their clients.

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