Francine Sherman is a Clinical Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project at Boston College. Professor Sherman earned her B.A. from the University of Missouri and J.D. from Boston College.
She researches the juvenile justice system with an emphasis on girls in the juvenile justice system.
Sherman, F., and A. Balck. “Gender Injustice: System-Level Juvenile
Justice Reform for Girls.” (2015).
Sherman, Francine T. “Justice for Girls: Are We Making Progress?.” UCLA Law Review 59 (2012).
Levick, Marsha L., and Francine T. Sherman. “When Individual Differences Demand Equal Treatment: An Equal Rights Approach to the Special Needs of Girls in the Juvenile Justice System.” Wisconsin Women’s Law Journal 18 (2003).