Emily Buss : Publications
Civil Procedure (Wolters Kluwer, 2013).
From Foster Care to Adulthood: The University of Chicago Law School Foster Care Project’s Protocol for Reform (2008). [CU]
The Law and Child Development (Ashgate, 2010) (edited with Mavis Maclean). [CU]
"Escaping the American Blot? A Comparative Look at Federalism in Australia and the United States through the Lens of Family Law," 48 Cornell Journal of International Law __ (forthcoming 2015).
"An Off-Label Use of Parental Rights? The Unanticipated Doctrinal Antidote for Professor Mnookin's Diagnosis," 77 Law & Contemporary Problems __ (forthcoming 2014).
"The Gap in Law between Developmental Expectations and Educational Obligations," 79 University of Chicago Law Review 59 (2012). [CU]
"Law and Child Development in the UK and the US," 6 Journal of Children's Services 236 (2011) (with Mavis Maclean). [CU]
"Failing Juvenile Courts and What Lawyers and Judges Can Do about It," 6 Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy 318 (2011). [CU]
"Rethinking the Connection Between Developmental Science and Juvenile Justice", 76 University of Chicago Law Review 493 (2009). [CU]
"What the Law Should (And Should Not) Learn from Child Development Research," 38 Hofstra Law Review 13 (2009). [CU]
"Allocating Developmental Control among Parent, Child and the State," 2004 University of Chicago Legal Forum 27 (2004). [CU]
"The Adolescent's Stake in the Allocation of Educational Control between Parent and State," 67 University of Chicago Law Review 1233 (2000). [CU]
"The Parental Rights of Minors," 48 Buffalo Law Review 785 (2000). [CU]
"Adrift in the Middle: Parental Rights after Troxel v. Granville," 2000 Supreme Court Review 279 (2000). [CU]
"Too Young to Be Rehabilitated - Comments on Lipsey's 'Can Rehabilitative Programs Reduce the Recidivism of Juvenile Offenders?'," 6 Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law 653 (1999). [CU]
"Confronting Developmental Barriers to the Empowerment of Child Clients," 84 Cornell Law Review 895 (1999). [CU]
"What Does Frieda Yoder Believe?," 2 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 53 (1999). [CU]
"Parents' Rights and Parents Wronged," 57 Ohio State Law Journal 431 (1996). [CU]
"You're My What? -The Problem of Children's Misperceptions of Their Lawyers' Roles," 64 Fordham Law Review 1699 (1996). [CU]
Note, "Getting Beyond Discrimination: A Regulatory Solution to the Problem of Fetal Hazards in the Workplace", 95 Yale Law Journal 577 (1985). [CU]
"The Developmental Stakes of Youth Participation in American Juvenile Court," in Promoting the Participation Right of Children across the Globe: From Social Exclusion to Child-Inclusive Policies, (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2015).
"Parental Rights," in The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion, Richard A. Schweder ed. (University of Chicago Press, 2009). [CU]
"The Law's Influence over Children's Religious Development," in Children and Childhood in American Religions, Don Browning & Bonnie Miller-McLemore eds. (Rutgers University Press, 2009). [CU]
"Children and the First Amendment," in The Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States. David S. Tanenhaus ed. (MacMillan, 2009). [CU]
"The Role of Lawyers in Promoting Juveniles' Competence as Defendants," in Youth on Trial, Thomas Grisso & Robert G. Schwartz eds. (University of Chicago Press, 2000). [CU]
"In the Pledge Case, Timing is Everything," Chicago Tribune, June 31, 2002, at p. B9. [WWW]
"Court is Moving in Wrong Direction on Parents' Rights," Chicago Tribune, June 8, 2000, at p. 21. [WWW]
"Doomed to Failure, A Child Welfare System That's in No One's Best Interest," Chicago Tribune, October 27, 1999, at p. 21. [WWW]