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March 8, 2008

The Legal Profession and the Unmet Needs of the Immigrant Poor - Georgetown J. of Legal Ethics

The Georgetown J. of Legal Ethics recently published an article by Judge Robert A. Katzmann entitled "The Legal Profession and the Unmet Needs of the Immigrant Poor."  SSRN does not seem to have the article but the Georgetown website has table of contents for the issue and ways to purchase the article and related articles through their site.  Additionally, the text of a Judge Katzmann's speech to the NYC Bar with the same title is available here.  And of course there is Westlaw and Lexis access to the article: 21 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 3 (2008). 

-E.R. [email protected]

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