Civil Procedure, Poverty


This Essay argues that poverty and inequality issues should be integrated into first-year civil procedure courses. It examines what framework could be achieved to examine these issues in a civil procedure context. And finally, it connects the author's proposed approach with the broader mission of legal education.



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