Prof. Harrison Argues Before Missouri Supreme Court

October 7, 2015

3L Elizabeth McQuage, master of social work student Erica Marks and 3L Ashley Moore assisted Associate Professor Patricia Harrison on a brief for a case before the Missouri Supreme Court on Sept. 30.

Associate Patricia Harrison (far right in the photo below), supervisor of the Children and Youth Advocacy Clinic, argued before the Missouri Supreme Court on Sept. 30 on behalf of a juvenile who was ordered to be placed on the adult sex offender registry in Missouri. Harrison argued that placing juveniles on the adult registry is unconstitutional. She was joined at the argument by third year law student Elizabeth McQuage, College for Public Health & Social Justice Master of Social Work student Erica Marks, who is part of the interdisciplinary clinic run by Professor Harrison, and third year law student Ashley Moore. Students assisted in the writing of the brief for the Clinic client.

The argument was featured in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Kansas City Star and St. Louis Public Radio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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