Poverty Law, Legal Education


This Essay seeks to answer the question "'What is Poverty Law'?" It does this in two parts. First, it examines the surge in property law courses in the 1960's and 70's and "the purpose these early courses were intended to serve." In the second section the Essay asks and the author asks "what the history suggests about poverty law in the law school curriculum today and in the future."



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