Golden Gate University Law Review


Jason Kuhns


This article will discuss the statutory history of adoption in the United States and advocate why a present day understanding of the interests of the parties to the adoption process requires that adoptees have greater access to these records. The author will examine the reasons why current statutory approaches do not adequately address adoptees' needs and recommend a procedural device that would sufficiently balance the interests of the parties to this controversy.

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