Juvenile Law Center staff are available for comment on a wide range of issues in juvenile law, including but not limited to juvenile life without parole, youth in the adult system, sexting, permanency, and aging out of foster care.
Executive Director Robert Schwartz co-founded Juvenile Law Center in 1975 and is a national leader in advocating for children's rights and has extensive experience in all areas of juvenile law.
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Deputy Director and Chief Counsel Marsha Levick is also a co-founder of Juvenile Law Center. She is an advocate for juvenile and women's rights and is a nationally recognized leader in juvenile law with extensive experience in all areas.
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Associate Director Lourdes Rosado advocates on behalf of children in the foster care and justice systems. She is a recognized leader in juvenile law and specializes in diversion and mental health and juvenile justice issues, as well as issues surrounding the Luzerne County "kids-for-cash" scandal.
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