Each year ABA entities present policy proposals to the ABA House of Delegates. Those policies are debated and voted on by the Association’s more than 400,000 members. Policy proposals that pass the House of Delegates reflect the voice of the legal profession on complex legal issues. The following ABA policies address child and youth law topics. Many were produced collaboratively by the Center on Children and the Law and the Commission on Youth at Risk in addition to other ABA entities. We encourage you to use these policies to bolster your advocacy for children, youth and families.
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