Volume 20 (2006)

Washington University Journal of Law & Policy

Poverty, Justice, and Community Lawyering: Interdisciplinary and Clinical Perspectives


by Karen Tokarz
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 1 (2006)

Toward a New Understanding of American Poverty
by Mark R. Rank
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 17 (2006)

Race, Homeownership and Wealth
by Thomas M. Shapiro
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 53 (2006)

Living on a Poverty Income: The Role of Non-Governmental Agencies in the Scramble for Resources
by Ronald Angel and Laura Lein
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y  75 (2006)

Revolutionary Lawyering: Addressing the Root Causes of Poverty and Wealth
by William P. Quigley
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 101 (2006)

Looking for Justice on a Two-Way Street
by Nancy Cook
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 169 (2006)

Post-Welfare Lawyering: Clinical Legal Education and a New Poverty Law Agenda
by Juliet M. Brodie
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 201 (2006)

Structural Racism, Structural Pollution and the Need for a New Paradigm
by Luke W. Cole and Caroline Farrell
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 265 (2006)


Second-Parent Adoption and the Equitable Parent Doctrine: The Future of Custody and Visitation Rights for Same-Sex Partners in Missouri
by Heather Buethe
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 283 (2006)

Disabling the Split: Should Reasonable Accommodations Be Provided to "Regarded as" Disabled Individuals Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?
by Kristopher J. Ring
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 311 (2006)

Deep Freeze: Thawing Rate of Development Growth Quotas After Zuckerman v. Town of Hadley
by Benjamin Rothmel
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 375 (2006)

Control, Collaboration or Coverage: The NLRA and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra Dilemma
by Rochelle Gnagey Skolnick
20 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 403 (2006)

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