Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy
Volume XXII, Issue 3
Spring 2015
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The Current State of Access to Justice in the United States
James J. Sandman
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Advancing Access to Justice in New York: A View from the Bench
Jonathan Lippman
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A Front-Lines Reflection on Early Legal Services: Lawyering to End Poverty
Alan Houseman
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Reimagining Access to Justice in the Poor People's Courts
Elizabeth L. MacDowell
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Litigation Strategies for Demanding High Quality Education for Incarcerated Youth: Lessons from State School Finance Litigation
Lindsay McAleer
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Reaching 10 x 20: District-Based Solutions to D.C.'s Affordable Housing Deficit
Charissa Morningstar
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A Professional Responsibility: The Role of Lawyers in Closing the Justice Gap
Norah Rexer
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