Professor Adrienne Volenik is Director of the Law School's Education Rights Clinic and Acting Director of the National Center for Family Law, which regularly hosts national conferences on cutting-edge family law issues. Professor Volenik has dedicated her career to advocating on behalf of children and is the author or co-author of numerous books and articles on juvenile justice and child custody issues. She is a former director of the American Bar Association's Juvenile Justice Project and is frequently consulted by state and local groups about issues affecting children. She also serves as a resource for organizations that support parents of children with disabilities.
Co-author, 1990 Supplement to Interstate Child Custody Disputes and Parental Kidnapping: Policy, Practice, and Law (LSC, 1990).
Co-author, Interstate Child Custody Disputes and Parental Kidnapping: Policy, Practice, and Law (LSC/ABA, 1982).
Co-author, Law and Tactics in Juvenile Cases (Third edition, ALI/ABA 1977).
Co-author, Law and Tactics in Juvenile Cases (Second edition, NJLC/NCYL 1974).
The Ethical Perils of Representing the Juvenile Defendant Who May Be Incompetent, 14 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 327 (2004).
Interstate Custody and Parental Kidnaping Cases: Using Discovery to Further the Case, written for the National Center on Missing and Exploited Children (1988).
The Right to Treatment, 3 Justice Systems Journal 292 (1978) (reprinted in Juveniles in Justice, H. Ted Rubin, ed. (Goodyear Publishing Co., Inc., 1980)).
Article V Returns Under the Interstate Compact on Juveniles, 10 Clearinghouse Review 350 (September 1976).
Juvenile Court and Arrest Records, 9 Clearinghouse Review 169 (July 1975).
Expungement of Arrest Records, 9 Clearinghouse Review 23 (May 1975).
Notice in Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings, 8 Clearinghouse Review 776 (March 1975).
Co-Editor, Juvenile Justice Update
Co-author, The New Right's Juvenile Crime & Justice Agenda for the States: A Legislator's Briefing Book (AYWC, 1987).
Sample Pleadings for Use in Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings (ABA, 1986).
Checklists for Use in Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings (ABA, 1985).