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James R. Marsh Chosen to Present on the AVA at International Children’s Rights Conference

With over 40 papers from 22 countries worldwide, the conference will foster an international debate on key issues related to children’s and young people’s rights in the digital age, including: child and youth participation rights; online opportunities and risks; inequalities and digital exclusion; policy and multi-stakeholder governance; the role of peers and peer culture; participatory research; e-learning, health promotion and creativity in the digital environment; cross-generational dynamics of online engagement.

James R. Marsh was chosen from hundreds of submissions to present the law review article he wrote with Professor Paul G. Cassell, Full Restitution for Child Pornography Victims: The Supreme Court's Paroline Decision and the Need for a Congressional Response.