Tag Archives: J. Herbie DiFonzo

DILEMMAS OF SHARED PARENTING IN THE 21ST CENTURY: HOW LAW AND CULTURE SHAPE CHILD CUSTODY

Here’s the story: Odysseus, who is known as Odysseus the Cunning (or Ulysses for you Latin scholars) is trying to get home to his beloved wife Penelope. It’s taking him twenty years, but as you know, he’s so cunning he won’t ask for … Continue reading

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The Crimes of Crime Labs

In November 2005, a man was convicted in New York City for a thirty-two-year-old rape. The circumstances were quite unusual, even for cold cases. The original 1974 trial had ended in a hung jury, and the defendant had jumped bail … Continue reading

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A Vision for Collaborative Practice: The Final Report of the Hofstra Collaborative Law Conference

In November 2009, Hofstra University School of Law’s Center for Children, Families and the Law hosted a Conference on the Uniform Collaborative Law Act, in conjunction with the Uniform Law Commission, the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, the International … Continue reading

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