Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
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Introduction Domestic violence and firearms: a lethal connection Ethical issues in domestic violence law Immigration law and domestic violence The child welfare system and domestic violence Understanding elder abuse and working with older victims The military and domestic violence Native American clients, tribal courts, and domestic violence Domestic violence on college campuses Economic coercion and survivor-centered economic advocacy Credit discrimination and predatory lending Debt, defense and safety considerations for survivors Bankruptcy law and domestic violence Tax law and domestic violence Domestic violence issues in wills, trusts, and estates Tort law and domestic violence Public benefits and domestic violence Unemployment insurance and domestic violence Employment protections for victims of domestic violence Employer responsibilities to victims of domestic violence The health care system and domestic violence Insurance discrimination against victims of domestic violence Homelessness, housing, and domestic violence Foreclosure defense for survivors: process, defenses, and alternatives Domestic violence: the intersection of criminal law and civil law Immigration consequences of domestic violence Sex trafficking and domestic violence Labor trafficking and domestic violence Crime victims compensation State and U.S. territorial bar associations State U.S. territorial domestic violence coalitions Biographical information and acknowledgements.
KF337.5.A27 I56 2018
[Chicago] : American Bar Association, Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence, 2018.