WhenMonday, March 18, 2019 -
Faculty Enrichment Lecture: “Rethinking Family-Court Prosecutors: Elected and Agency Prosecutors and Prosecutorial Discretion in Juvenile Delinquency and Child Protection Cases”
Presented by Professor Josh Gupta-Kagan
University of South Carolina School of Law
Josh Gupta-Kagan is an Associate Professor of Law and specializes in legal issues affecting children and families, especially child welfare and juvenile justice issues. He teaches the Juvenile Justice Clinic, Parents, Children & the Law, Juvenile Justice, and Interviewing, Counseling, and Negotiation. Prior to joining the University of South Carolina faculty, he practiced as a Senior Attorney at the Children's Law Center, a legal services organization in the District of Columbia devoted to a wide range of children's legal issues. Professor Gupta-Kagan's scholarship has addressed topics including the Fourth Amendment rights of children and families during child protection investigations and at school, improved juvenile and family court procedures, and policy reforms to improve the child welfare system. His scholarship has appeared in the University of Chicago Law Review, Wisconsin Law Review, Alabama Law Review, and the Fordham Law Review, among other publications.
Please join us in welcoming Professor Gupta-Kagan to the Boyd School of Law for his Faculty Enrichment lecture on March 18, 2019. Please RSVP here.