Sizemore Appointed to PA Juvenile Task Force
Assistant Professor Sizemore Appointed to PA Task Force
Tiffany Sizemore, Assistant Professor of Clinical Legal Education, Duquesne University School of Law was appointed to the Pennsylvania Juvenile Justice Task Force. Sizemore joined the faculty of Duquesne Law School in August 2015. She developed and directs the Juvenile Defender Clinic and the Education Law Clinic.
Governor Tom Wolf announced the members of the Pennsylvania Juvenile Justice Task Force on January 17. The bipartisan and interbranch Task Force, launched last month by Gov. Wolf and legislative leaders and justices, will deliver a report with data-driven findings and policy recommendations to strengthen Pennsylvania's juvenile justice system to leaders by Nov. 30, 2020.
"The members of the Task Force were selected for their expertise in various areas surrounding the juvenile justice system, including youth members who bring a unique perspective and experience to this important topic," Gov. Wolf said.
The Task Force is co-chaired by Sen. Lisa Baker, Sen. Jay Costa, Rep. Tarah Toohill, and Rep. Mike Zabel. Read more about the Pennsylvania Juvenile Justice Task Force.
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