This Comment focuses on the legal duty of institutions as it pertains to the sexual molestation and assault of children involved in youth programs by third parties working for the institution. This Comment analyzes the law of negligence, specifically the duty arising from a special relationship and other policy considerations, and uses it to simplify and enunciate a test which should be used to determine when a duty exists.
Emily C. Hoskins,
Actions Speak Louder Than Words: When Should Courts Find that Institutions have a Duty to Protect Minor Children from Sexual Abuse?,
Chap. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.chapman.edu/chapman-law-review/vol24/iss2/3