Child Care in New York City: Know Your Rights – An Information and Resource Manual (Welfare Law Ctr. 2001).
Rebecca Scharf, Psychological Parentage, Troxel, and the Best Interests of the Child, Geo. J. Gender & L. (forthcoming 2012).
Rebecca L. Scharf, No 1L Left Behind: Tailoring IRAC Instruction to Various Learning Styles, Second Draft, Spring 2008, at 17.
Henry Freedman, Mary R. Mannix, Marc Cohan & Rebecca Scharf, Uncharted Terrain: The Intersection of Privatization and Welfare, 35 Clearinghouse Rev. 557 (2002).
Sujatha Jagadeesh Branch, Cynthia Godsoe, Sherry Leiwant, Roslyn Powell, Cary LaCheen & Rebecca Scharf, Child Care for Families Leaving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, 34 Clearinghouse Rev. 527 (2001).
Barry Bassis, Lorraine Doran, Benjamin DeWitt Duke, Donald Friedman, Rebecca Scharf & Matthew Schneider, The Wages of Welfare Reform: A Report on New York City’s Job Centers, 54 Rec. Ass’n. B. City N.Y. 472 (1999).
Jo Ann C. Gong, Alice Bussiere, Jennifer Light, Rebecca Scharf, Marc Cohan & Sherry Leiwant, Child Care in the Postwelfare Reform Era: Analysis and Strategies for Advocates, 32 Clearinghouse Rev. 373 (1999).
Commentaries, Essays, and Reviews
Barbara Coccodrilli Carlson & Rebecca Scharf, Lost in the Maze: Reforming New York City’s Fragmented Child Care Subsidy System (Feb. 2004) (unpublished manuscript)(on file with the Welfare Law Center).
Rebecca Scharf on the Scholarly Commons