Dependency or Abuse/Neglect - Media

  1. Kimberly Ambrose, Washington is in the Minority of States That Do Not Provide Legal Counsel to All Children in Abuse and Neglect Proceedings, Seattle Post-Intelligence (May 11, 2007), available at

  2. Associated Press, Advocates – State Should Give Foster Kids Lawyers, New York Times (Mar. 11, 2012), available at

  3. Pam Anderson, Move Growing for Counsel in [Washington] Dependency Proceedings, King County Bar Bulletin (Nov. 2007).

  4. Wilson Criscione, In Their Best Interest: Why Many Neglected Kids Don't Have Legal Representation For Critical Decisions That Could Affect Their Future, The Inlander (Feb. 23, 2017), available at

  5. Michael J. Dale and Louis M. Reidenberg, The Dark Hole That Is The Broward Dependency Court, South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Jan. 19, 2016), available at

    1. Judge Ginger Lerner-Wren, Children Need Representation in Broward Dependency Court, South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Jan. 28, 2016), available at

  6. Susannah Frame, Attorneys for Foster Children Can Be Big Win for Kids, Taxpayers, King 5 News (Nov. 20, 2013), video and print versions available at

  7. Susannah Frame, Justice for Foster Kids Depends on Geography, King 5 News (Nov. 14, 2013), video and print versions available at

  8. Susannah Frame, Washington Lags Behind Nation in Rights for Foster Kids, King 5 News (Nov. 4, 2013), video and print versions available at

  9. Leslie Heimov and Susan Abrams, Why the Washington State Supreme Court Got it Wrong on Lawyers for Kids, Chronicle for Social Change (Nov. 7, 2018), available at

  10. Katherine Johnson, Children At Risk: Foster Children's Rights Ignored, KSTP (Oct. 28, 2016), available at

  11. Jeremy Loudenback, Washington High Court Limits Lawyers for Foster Youth, Bans Juvenile Life Without Parole, Chronicle for Social Change (Oct. 19, 2018), available at