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November 24, 2007

Urban Law Journal (Fordham): Poverty Law Issue

WORTH CHECKING OUT
The Fordham Urban Law Journal's most recent issue is dedicate to poverty law, with a particular focus on the teaching of poverty law and the place of poverty law in law schools.  The issue includes the following articles (I was unable to view the PDFs in my web browser but could download the articles and then view them):

I am planning on discussing this issue in more detail once I have a chance to read it, but this issue does look to be highly interesting to anyone teaching in the area and the Fordham Urban Law Journal and those professors involved are to be commended. 
-E.R. erosser@wcl.american.edu

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