Turner v. Rogers: An Opportunity for More Empirical Research on the Role of Counsel?

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  1. Richard Zorza says:

    Great points. Moreover, given the great Federal interest in, and expenditures on, child support enforcement, there is every reason for Federal investment in such research — including, as suggested by some work — additional services result in additional actual compliance further down the line.

  2. Jeanne Charn says:

    As always, Jim, a thoughtful, intelligent and practical perspective that moved the discussion. I too regret that we have seldome taken advantage of the natural experiments among states to research and learn as much as possible about what works, when, for whom in what type of case, in what type of system. And of course we are working within systems so that every major move almost surely will produce a counter-move as you point out.