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Leadership and Social Justice Lawyering

Submitted by John Marshall on Tue, 10/20/2015 - 21:02
Author(s)
James, Faith Rivers
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Publication
Santa Clara Law Review
Volume number
52
Issue number
3
Year
2012
First page number
971
Last page number
1001
Country
United States
Abstract
Social justice lawyering is advocacy aimed at using the law and legal strategies to promote greater equity and fairness in a manner that improves community conditions. Drawing on three social justice lawyering case studies, Professor James suggests ways that law students "can view and understand legal problem solving" at the same time as "provid[ing] students with an introductory overview of administrative law and the legislative process."
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Published
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