This Essay examines the evolution, demise and focus of welfare law courses in law school. It examines the content of these courses in an attempt to understand why these courses are not as popular as they once had been. Finally, it looks at the goals of welfare policy and what welfare law courses should teach.
Amy L. Wax,
Musical Chairs And Tall Buildings: Teaching Poverty Law In The 21st Century,
34 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1363
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