Douglas E. Abrams
University of Missouri Law Professor Douglas E. Abrams coached youth ice hockey for 42 years. In 2011, he began writing regular essays about youth sports on www.askcoachwolff.com, a leading national youth sports website. As of 2019, he has written nearly 250 essays.
The essays concern social issues; ethics and sportsmanship; safety and health; obligations of parents, coaches, and league administrators; news and trends; and similar subjects.
Copyright Law is an open access casebook available for free to students. This edition was published in Spring 2019.
Ben L. Trachtenberg and Anne M. Alexander
Show Me Criminal Procedure is an open educational resources casebook available for free to students. This is the 2d ed. published in Spring 2019.
Amy J. Schmitz
Dispute Resolution in the Digital Age includes the resources created and used by Professor Amy J. Schmitz at the University of Missouri School of Law to teach online dispute resolution. These materials are created as as open educational resources under a Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0 license. The materials may be shared and adapted as long as Prof. Schmitz receives attribution and the use is non-commercial.
Douglas E. Abrams
A Very Special Place in Life: The History of Juvenile Justice in Missouri chronicles the nineteenth century struggle for a special court to rehabilitate delinquent and dependent children and their families. The leaders were dedicated reformers- the "child savers" who sought to remove children from poorhouses, prisons and other harsh institutions that left little hope for productive adulthood. A Very Special Place in Life traces the twentieth century growth of Missouri's juvenile courts. It discusses the profound changes wrought by the United States Supreme Court's Gault decision, which triggered the "due process revolution" in the nation's juvenile courts in 1967. The book examines efforts to reduce disparities between services available to rural and metropolitan children, and between treatment of minority children and others.
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