Home » Rebellious Lawyering: Alicia Alvarez, Susan D. Bennett, Louise A. Howells, Carmen V. Huertas-Noble, Hannah Lieberman, Patience A. Crowder, Brian Glick, Paul R. Tremblay

Rebellious Lawyering: Alicia Alvarez, Susan D. Bennett, Louise A. Howells, Carmen V. Huertas-Noble, Hannah Lieberman, Patience A. Crowder, Brian Glick, Paul R. Tremblay

Clinical Law Review Symposium

Rebellious Lawyering at 25

SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2016

9 am – 12:15 pm

Baltimore, Maryland

 

On Community Economic Development

 

 

 

Teaching and Practicing Community Development Poverty Law: Avoiding “Regnant,” Building “Asset-Based”

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Alicia Alvarez, The University of Michigan Law School

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Susan D. Bennett, American University Washington College of Law

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Louise A. Howells, University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law

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Carmen V. Huertas-Noble, City University of New York School of Law

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Hannah Lieberman, Executive Director, Neighborhood Legal Services Program (NLSP), Washington, DC

 

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What’s Art Got To Do With it?: Non-Essential Assets, the Pervasiveness of Income Inequality, and Rebellious Lawyering

Patience A. Crowder, University of Denver Sturm College of Law

 

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Movement Lawyering is Rebellious Lawyering

Brian Glick, Fordham University School of Law

 

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Entrepreneurial Representation as Rebellious Lawyering

Paul R. Tremblay, Boston College Law School

 

 

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