Leslie Harris is the Dorothy Kliks Fones Professor of Law emerita at the University of Oregon/ She teaches Children and the Law formerly taught Family Law, Criminal Law, and Elder Law. She is co-director of the Oregon Child Advocacy Project, which provides education and assistance to attorneys advocating for the interests of children. She has written law review articles about the child welfare system, nontraditional families, family support duties, and property rights at divorce and is the co-author of textbooks on Family Law and Children and the Law which are widely used throughout the U.S. She is an elected member of the American Law Institute and serves on advisory boards for the Oregon Juvenile Court Improvement Project and several other organizations. She was one of the first recipients of the law school's Orlando John Hollis Faculty Teaching Award.
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