Attorney Maria Ramiu of the San Francisco-based Youth Law Center argued the appeal on behalf of the parents.
What does YLC stand for?
YLC stands for Youth Law Center (various locations)
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We have 35 other meanings of YLC in our Acronym Attic
- Youth Leadership Broward (Florida)
- Yayasan Lembaga Bantuan Hukum Indonesia (Indonesian: Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation)
- Yong Li Bai Industrial Co. (computer, cellular phone accessory manufacturer; China)
- Salvage Lift Crane (Self-Propelled)
- Yamada Language Center
- Young Leaders of Character
- Young Liberals of Canada
- Your Life Counts! International, Inc. (Canada)
- Your Loving Cousin
- Youth Law Center (San Francisco, CA)
- Youth Leadership Council
- Youth Learning Camp
- Yukon Literacy Coalition (Yukon, Canada)
- Yorkshire Ladies Cycling Association (UK)
- Yorkshire Local Councils Associations (UK)
- Youth Leadership Calhoun County (Anniston, AL)
- Youth Leadership Camps Canada
- Yancheng Limin Chemical Co., Ltd.
- Yorkshire Ladies' Council of Education (UK)
- Young Ladies/Leaders Conquering Obstacles (South Carolina)
Samples in periodicals archive:
136) As one director of a youth law center put it, "Foundations like children, not lawyers.
It's really dangerous to put kids in adult prisons," says Marc Schindler of the Youth Law Center in Washington, D.
Unfortunately, what we're seeing in Los Angeles is not that unusual," says Marc Schindler, staff attorney at the Youth Law Center in Washington, D.
The suit, brought by the California-based advocacy group Youth Law Center, focused on the issue of the absence of licensed acute and subacute mental health and medical beds in our institutions.
According to Mark Soler, president of the Youth Law Center, the study is significant because it questions the fairness of forcing juveniles to be locked up with adult offenders and then have their cases dismissed or acquitted.