During Coronavirus, High-Quality Legal Representation Can Be a Lifesaver for Families

Elizabeth Thornton, Kathleen Creamer, Cathy Krebs - The Chronicle of Social Change

This article from the Chronicle of Social Change discusses how, in the United States, "states and counties that have come to rely on interdisciplinary legal representation – a model that includes social workers and peer advocates working alongside attorneys to fight for parents and children – have overcome the new barriers imposed by the pandemic to help families reunify."