In the last decade, the Supreme Court has decided four juvenile cases—Roper v. Simmons, Graham v. Florida, J.D.B. v. North Carolina, and Miller v. Alabama. These four cases have changed the landscape of juvenile justice in the United States. In October 2012, the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review convened a symposium on Juveniles and the Supreme Court to explore what the future extensions and limitations of these landmark cases may be.

Articles from the symposium are available in the Spring 2013 issue of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review.

Browse the contents of Volume 46, Number 3 (2013) (Juveniles and the Supreme Court):