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Poverty Law, Policy and Practice
  • Juliet Brodie, Stanford University
  • Clare Pastore, University of Southern California
  • Ezra Rosser, American University
  • Jeffrey Selbin
Poverty Law, Policy and Practice is the first new poverty law casebook in 17 years and only the second since 1976. With current literature from multiple viewpoints, the book provides an overview of the field, including cases, data and major government programs that map onto important theoretical, doctrinal, policy and practice questions.
The preface and table of contents are attached. The publisher's page is here:
  • poverty law,
  • law and poverty,
  • access to justice,
  • antipoverty law
Publication Date
Spring 2014
Wolter Kluwers Law & Business
Citation Information
Juliet Brodie, Clare Pastore, Ezra Rosser and Jeffrey Selbin. Poverty Law, Policy and Practice. (2014)
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