Two kindergartners were sent to the principal’s office during their second week of school. One hit a little girl after she refused to share a toy. The other smacked a little boy after he cut to the front in the lunch line. At the principal’s office, each child was asked what ...
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Stacey Steinberg is a legal skills professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. She also serves as an associate director of the Center on Children and Families. Prior to joining the law faculty, Steinberg worked as a prosecutor and child welfare attorney, handling cases involving child abuse and sexual violence. She has served as lead counsel in hundreds of contested hearings. Steinberg continues to represent children in dependency proceedings. She also trains attorneys and child welfare advocates throughout the state. Stacey is also a writer, a photographer, and a mother to three young children.
Stacey’s work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Babycenter.com, and ABC News. You can follow Stacey on Facebook and Twitter.
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