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Special Feature Bundle Fall 2003: Community Lawyering

All the MIE Journal articles from Fall  2003's Special Feature: Community Lawyering in one document.

Including:

  • Tales, Tools and Transformation: Teaching Community Lawyering By Ellen Hemley, Director of Training, and Shari Zimble, Staff Attorney,Massachusetts Law Reform Institute
  • CED Organizations and Pro Bono Business Law: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You By Allen Bromberger, President, Power of Attorney
  • A Business Commitment: Pro Bono Resources for Community Economic Development Partnerships By Guy E. Lescault, Director, A Business Commitment
  • Community Legal Resources: Tapping the Skills of Business Lawyers to Build Neighborhoods in Detroit By Angela Zemboy, Executive Director, Community Legal Resources
  • CED: Not Just an Urban Need By Phyllis Holmen, Executive Director, Georgia Legal Services Program
  • Pro Bono Business Lawyers: Partners for Community Change By Deborah Austin, Director, Community Economic Development Pro Bono Project,
  • DC Bar Pro Bono Program Legal Pedagogy and Economic Justice By Professor Scott L. Cummings, UCLA School of Law
  • Representing Non-Profit Housing Developers By Jeffrey Segal, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society, Louisville, KY
  • Fundraising: Community Economic Development as a Catalyst for Innovative Fundraising By Kathleen Sheldon, Director of Development, and Nona Liegeois, Managing Attorney, Community Economic Development, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles
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