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    • Baby Richard and Beyond: The Future for Adopted Children 

      Zito, Anthony S. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1998-07)
      The author sets forth the facts underlying the Baby Richard case from the time he was conceived until the time of his adoption and analyzes the case law which ensued as a result of the situation. The author then addresses ...
    • Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978: The Congressional Foray Into the Adoption Process 

      Gallagher, Brian D. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1994-11)
      Adoption law has become the focus of increased media and legal attention in the past few years. In 1978, Congress entered the adoption process, an area traditionally reserved for state regulation, through passage of the ...
    • Severed Roots: The Sealed Adoption Records Controversy 

      Arndt, Melissa (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1986-11)
      Focusing on changing sealed records statutes, this article discusses the adopted adult's interest in discovering the identities of his biological parents and ascertaining background information about himself.