Prof. Joanna Grossman Writes 2-Part Series at Verdict on Intersection of Family Law Issues and Reality Show Teen Mom

Joanna L. Grossman, Professor of Law

In a two-part series of columns on Verdict, Professor Joanna Grossman discusses the intersection of family law issues and the reality show Teen Mom.

She discusses legal issues raised on the show, including those related to legal fatherhood, parental rights, child custody, domestic violence, and open adoption.

Part one of the series appeared online on December 12, 2012, followed by part two on December 13.


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