Joseph Tulman is a Professor of Law and the Director of the Took Crowell Institute for At-Risk Youth at the University of the District of Columbia. He earned his A.B. and J.D. from the University of North Carolina and his M.A.T. from Antioch University.
The bulk of Professor Tulman’s research deals with the unnecessary detention of children and the use of special education law to prevent excessive youth incarceration.
Lubow, Bart, and Joseph B. Tulman. “The Unnecessary Detention of Children in the District of Columbia.” D.C. Law Review 3 (1995): 11-26.
Tulman, Joseph B. “Disability and Delinquency: How Failures to Identify, Accommodate, and Serve Youth with Education-Related Disabilities Lead to their Disproportionate Representation in the Delinquency System.” Whittier Journal of Child and Family Advocacy 3 (2003): 3-76.
Tulman, Joseph B., and Mary G. Hynes. “Enforcing Special Education Law on Behalf of Incarcerated Children: A Blueprint for Deconstruction.” Children’s Legal Rights Journal 18 (1998): 48-72.