Publications

Book author:  Second Novel to be published by Adelaide Publishing in June 2020:  “Women in Crisis:  Stories From the Edge”

2019 Published by Adelaide Publishing:  First Novel

Lessons in Survival: All About Amos

Available for purchase on Amazon

2019:  Adelaide Books Children’s Literature and Illustration Award:  Finalist in Story and Illustration Categories:  “Juliette Rose’s Dream of Becoming”

Adelaide Literary Award Competition 2018 short list short story winner: Adelaide Literary Award Anthology 2018 Short Stories Volume 1 -“Moving From Fearful To Fearless” page 41

Articles

1. Pollet, “Parental Kidnapping: Can Laws Stem the Tide?” 21 The Journal of Psychiatry & Law 417 (Winter 1993).
2. Pollet, “Back to the Future: Fetal Protection Policies in the 1990’s,” 20 Westchester Bar Journal 59 (Winter 1993).
3. Pollet, Book Review: “Advanced Law Firm Mis Management,” 20 Westchester Bar Journal 145 (Spring 1993).
4. Pollet, Juettner and Libertella, “Reproductive Risk Policies: The Employers’ Dilemma,” 11 The Association of Management 39 (August 1993). (Proceedings for Business Management Group).
5. Pollet, Book Review: “The Ins & Outs of Law Firm Mis Management,” 21 Westchester Bar Journal 227 (Summer 1994).
6. Pollet, “Mental Illness in the Workplace: The Tension Between Productivity and Reasonable Accommodation,” 23 The Journal of Psychiatry & Law 155 (Spring 1995).
7. Pollet, “Violence in the Workplace: Are Employers Legally Responsible?” 22 Westchester Bar Journal 133 (Spring 1995).
8. Pollet, Book Review: “Disability Discrimination in Employment Law,” 24 The Journal of Psychiatry and Law 591 (Winter 1996).
9. Edlitz, “Family Court Supervised Visitation Update,” 25 Westchester Bar Journal 17
(Winter/Spring 1995). I assisted in the research and preparation of the article for the Hon. Sandra B. Edlitz, Westchester County Family Court.
10. Edlitz, “The Rights of Foster Parents,” 31 Family Law Review 3 (New York State Bar Association) (June 1999). I assisted in the research and preparation of the article.
11. Pollet, ” Mentally III Parents and Termination of Parental Rights,” New York Law Journal, December 21, 1999, p.1, col. 2.
12. Pollet, “Forensic Exams Playa Role in Custody Cases,” New York Law Journal, March 23, 2000, p. 1, col. 2.
13. Edlitz, “Guardianship and Custody: Is there a Distinction?” New York Law Journal, March 31, 2000, page 1, col. 2. I assisted in the research and preparation of the article.
14. Pollet, “Has Kendra’s Law Been a Boon or a Bust?” New York Law Journal, October 23, 2000, page 1, col. 2.
15. Edlitz and Pollet, “Should Children be Prosecuted as Adults?” New York Law Journal, May 16, 2001, page 1, col. 2.
16. Pollet, “Reviewing In Camera Interviews in Custody Cases,” New York Law Journal, November 29, 2001, page 1, col. 2. (Subsequently republished in the Law Guardian Reporter, a publication
compiled by the Four Appellate Divisions for distribution to approximately 4500 judges and attorneys state-wide who deal with Family Court matters).
17. Pollet, “When Must a Lawyer ‘Tell’ on a Dangerous Client?” New York Law Journal, March 26, 2002, page 1.
18. Pollet, “Courts Address Mothers Who Kill,” New York Law Journal, May 31, 2002, page 4.
19. Pollet, “A Look at New York’s Hate Crimes Act in a Post-Sept. 11 World,” New York Law Journal, July 16, 2002, page 4.
20. Pollet, “Is ‘In Loco Parentis’ at the College Level a Dead Doctrine?” New York Law Journal, October 4,2002, page 4.
21. Pollet, “The Forcible Medication of Pre-Trial Criminal Defendants,” New York Law Journal, November 29,2002, page 4.
22. Pollet, “Mental Illness and the ADA Post Sutton v. United Air Lines and September 11 th,” 29 Westchester Bar Journal 151 (Fall 2002).
23. Pollet, “Legal Implications of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder,” New York Law Journal, May 9,2003, page 4.
24. Pollet, “Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy-A Horror Story Come Real,” 30 Westchester Bar Journal 33 (Spring 2003).
25. Pollet, “Defining Adolescence and the End of Childhood in Family Court,” New York Law Journal, August 18, 2003, page 4.
26. Pollet, “Cyberstalking: Laws Take Aim at Protecting Children from Virtual Predators,” New York Law Journal, October 21,2003, page 5.
27. Pollet, “In Vitro Fertilization Options Lead to the Question, ‘Who Gets the Pre-Embryos After Divorce,'” New York State Bar Association Journal, February, 2004, Vo1.76, No.2, p. 33.
28. Pollet, “The Continued Exploitation of Child Labor at Home and Abroad,”_ New York Law Journal, April 15, 2004, page 4.
29. Pollet, “The Quiet Revolution in the Court System: Mental Health Courts,” Westchester Bar Journal, Fall/Winter 2003-4, page 35.
30. Pollet, “Responses to Juvenile Crime Consider the Extent of Parents’ Responsibility for Children’s Acts,” New York State Bar Association Journal, July/August 2004, Vol. 76, No.6, p. 26.
31. Pollet, “Ozzie and Harriet Reconfigured: Stepparent Rights in the Law,” Westchester Bar Journal, Spring/Summer 2004, Vol. 31, No.1, p. 58. Pollet, “The Juvenile Death Penalty,” New York Law Journal, October 13, 2004, page 4.
32. Pollet, “To Seal or Not to Seal-The Open Adoption Records Debate,” The New York Law Journal, January 4, 2005, page 4.
33. Pollet, “A National Disgrace: Elder Abuse in America,” The New York Law Journal, March 9, 2005, page 4.
34. Pollet, “Domestic Violence in the Workplace: It’s Employers’ Business,” The New York Law Journal, June 27,2005, page 4.
35. Pollet, ” ‘Gonzales v. Castle Rock’: Enforcing Orders of Protection,” The New York Law Journal, July 26,2005, page 4.
36. Pollet, “Teen Dating Violence Is Not ‘Puppy Love,'” Westchester Bar Journal, Spring/Summer 2005, Vol. 32, No.1, p.29.
37. Pollet, “Mediating Domestic Violence, A Potentially Dangerous Tool, The New York State Bar Association Journal, September 2005, Vol. 77, No.7,p.42.
38. Pollet, “Same-Sex Marriage: Is New York State Ready for It?” New York Law Journal, November 9, 2005, page 4.
39. Pollet, “Safe Haven Laws-Do Legal Havens to Abandon Babies Save Lives?” Westchester Bar Journal, Fall/Winter 2005, Volume 32, No.2,p.71.
40. Pollet, “Barriers to Justice for Battered Immigrant Women,” The New York Law Journal, December 20, 2005, page 4.
41. Buckwalter, Perinetti, Pollet & Salvaggio, “Modern Day Slavery in Our Own Backyard,” William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law, Winter 2006, Volume 12, Issue 2, p.403.
42. Pollet, “Child Support Enforcement: Is It Just About the Money?” The New York Law Journal, July 13, 2006, page 4.
43. Pollet, “Tribute to Retiring Justice Sondra Miller,” Westchester Bar Journal, Spring/Summer 2006,
Volume 33, No.1, p.16-17.
44. Pollet, “False Confessions-Contrary to Most Jurors’ Experience,” The New York Law Journal, November 17, 2006, page 4.
45. Pollet, “Psychotropic Drugs: How Do We Protect Our Children?” The New York Law Journal, January 29,2007, page 4.
46. Pollet, “Bullying in Our Schools: Is There Legal Help in Sight?” The New York Law Journal, May 3,2007, page 4.
47. Pollet, “The Link Between Animal Abuse and Family Violence,” The New York Law Journal, January 28,2008, page 4.
48. Pollet and Lombreglia, “A Nationwide Survey of Mandatory Parent Education,” Family Court Review, April 2008, Volume 46, Number 2, p.375.
49. Frazee and Pollet, ”The New York State Parent Education and Awareness Program,” The New York State Bar Association Journal, July/August 2008.
50. Pollet, “Female Sex Offenders: What Do We Do About Them?” The New York Law Journal, July 7,2008, page 4.
51. Pollet, “Sex-Offender Residency Limits: Comfort Factor or Protection?” The New York Law Journal, December 22, 2008, page 4.
52. Pollet, “The Role of Nonresident Fathers After Divorce or Separation,” The New York Law Journal, April 22, 2009, page 4.
53. Pollet, “A Nationwide Survey of Programs for Children of Divorcing and Separating Parents,” Family Court Review, July 2009, Volume 47, Number 3, p. 523.
54. Pollet, “Teens and Sex Offenses: Where Should the Law Draw the Lines?” The New York Law Journal, August 14, 2009, page 4.
55. Pollet, “Teenage Self-Injury: The Secret Language of Pain,” The New York Law Journal, November 13, 2009, page 4.
56. Pollet, “Developing Parenting Plans Following Separation or Divorce,” The New York Law
Journal, January 19, 2010, page 4.
57. Pollet, “Child Prostitutes: Criminals or Victims?” The New York Law Journal, April 16, 2010, page 4.
58. Pollet, “Still a Patchwork Quilt: A Nationwide Survey of State Laws Regarding Stepparent Rights and Obligations,” Family Court Review, July 2010, Volume 48, Number 3, p.528.
59. Pollet, “Impact of Separation or Divorce on Special Needs Children,” The New York Law Journal, August 6, 2010, page 4.
60. Frazee and Pollet, Doing No Harm While Doing Good. Minimizing The Threat Of Domestic Violence While Optimizing The Benefits Of Parent Education,” The Judges’ Journal, American Bar Association, Vol. 49, No. 4, pps. 23-28 (Fall, 2010).
61. Pollet, “Forgiveness and Divorce: A Magic Bullet to Reduce Anger and Save Children,” The New York Law Journal, December 23, 2010, page 4.
62. Pollet, “Single-Parent Households: Are the Children Growing Up In Them Really All Right?” Westchester Women’s Bar Association Newsletter, February, 2011, page 6.
63. Pollet, “Economic Abuse: The Unseen Side of Domestic Violence,” New York State Bar Journal, Vol. 83, No.2, pps. 40-44 (February, 2011).
64. Pollet, “Breaking Up Is Hard[er] to Do, Same Sex Divorce,” New York State Bar Journal, Vol. 83, No.3, pps. 10-20 (March/April 2011).
65. Pollet, “Revenge Porn: Will Legislation Help to Prevent It?” The New York Law Journal, April 28, 2016, page 4.
66. Pollet, “Asylum Application Processes and Co-Extensive Removal Processes,” The New York Law Journal, July 13, 2017, page 4.

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