Randi Mandelbaum

Rutgers School of Law - Newark

Clinical Professof of Law

Newark, NJ

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (5)

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Delicate Balances: Assessing the Needs and Rights of Siblings in Foster Care to Maintain Their Relationships Post-Adoption

New Mexico Law Review, Vol. 41, No. 1, 2011, Rutgers School of Law-Newark Research Paper No. 084
Number of pages: 81 Posted: 04 Jan 2011
Randi Mandelbaum
Rutgers School of Law - Newark
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siblings, foster care, adoption, visitation

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Why Does the Federal Government Get a Pass? Applying Child Welfare Principles to the Circumstances of Migrant Children and Families

American University Law Review, Vol. 71, No. 5, 2022
Number of pages: 75 Posted: 28 Sep 2021
Randi Mandelbaum
Rutgers School of Law - Newark
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Re-Examining and Re-Defining Permanency From a Youth's Perspective

e-Examining and Re-Defining Permanency from a Youth’s Perspective, 43 Capital Law Review 259 (2015).
Number of pages: 48 Posted: 07 Oct 2021
Randi Mandelbaum
Rutgers School of Law - Newark
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child welfare systems, child welfare, adoption, children and family, foster youth, foster care reform

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Heeding the Voices of Migrant Youth: The Need for Action

Michigan Law Review, Vol. 121, No. 6, (Forthcoming 2023)
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 05 Aug 2022
Randi Mandelbaum
Rutgers School of Law - Newark
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A Pathway to Permanency: Collaborating for the Futures of Children who are Immigrants in the Child Welfare System

A Pathway to Permanency: Collaborating for the Futures of Children who are Immigrants in the Child Welfare System (with Joanne Gottesman and Meredith Pindar), Vol. 96, No. 6 CHILD WELFARE 25 (2019).
Posted: 07 Oct 2021
Randi Mandelbaum
Rutgers School of Law - Newark

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foster children; permanency; children of immigrants; unaccompanied children; deportation; child welfare services; Deportation; university partnerships; citizenship