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Prof. Matt Fraidin in the Associated Press on Open Child Welfare Hearings

Tuesday, May 29, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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Professor Matthew Fraidin is quoted in The Associated Press arguing that foster children are helped by public court proceedings for child welfare cases.

"In every state there are lots of people worried and upset that courts are going to be opened and then a few years later everybody forgets the courts were ever closed. The disasters that everybody worried about never happened and there is a modest uptick in attention. It's constructive," said Matt Fraidin.

Read more in The Associated Press, "Are foster kids helped, harmed by open hearings"

Professor Matthew Fraidin is an associate professor at the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law and a visiting professor at Georgetown University Law Center. He also co-directs the HIV/AIDS Legal Clinic. Click here to read his full bio.

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