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Disability Studies Quarterly
This book presents an analysis of past and present legal doctrines and policies regarding the reproductive rights of individuals with intellectual disabilities and it recommends a number of reforms
I certainly hope that it will be read by attorneys and judges involved in family law and child protection, and that it will be included in the curriculum of law schools. As the Custody Specialist at the National Resource Center for Parents with Disabilities, it provides me with a useful historical and conceptual framework, helps locate legal precedents relevant to particular cases, and offers analyses that can contribute to improved public policy and practice.
— Megan Kirshbaum