Working in the Public Interest Law Conference
Entirely student organized, WIPI seeks to bring together eminent practitioners in their respective fields, students, and faculty to discuss practical approaches to lawyering which can best serve the poor. Practical methods of challenging poverty are often not covered in traditional law school courses. This conference seeks to remedy that and provide dynamic, creative ways to combat poverty through the vehicle of the law.
Adams, Chris; Ansley, Fran; Berkowitz, Susan; Bondurant, Emmet; Brisman, Avi; Browne, Judith; Caftel, Brad; Casey, Tim; Colussy, Sue; Costello, Andrea; Diallo, Dazon Dixon; Egemonye, Uche; Ehr, Tom; Emanuel, Anne S.; Gonzalez, Jerry; Gresser, Edward; Gottlieb, Steve; Hatcher, Dan; Hunter, William; Jamieson, Sue; Jones, Bryan; Jones, Steve C.; Knapp, Jackie; Kocher, Eric; Lindbloom, Nancy; Little, John; Lyle, David; McDonald, Laughlin; Mears, Mike; Morgan, Alisha; Munzenmaier, John; Norman, Ajulo Othow; Owens, Jennifer; Pierce, Joe; Price, Mary; Prittie, Joan; Quinn, Mae C.; Roseborough, Teresa; Scott, Kay; StipeMaas, Skipper; Stoops, Michael; Wang, Cindy; Wasline, Michele; Weber, Gerald; Williams, Jeffrey; Yoon, Joan M.; Zaremba, Amy; and Edwards, John, "Working in the Public Interest Law Conference" (2006). Conferences and Symposia. Paper 26.
Challenging Poverty Through Law: Exploring Ways to Make a Difference, The Advocate, Spring/Summer 2006, Vol. 40, No. 2.
website.pdf (526 kB)
2006 WIPI Conference website
keynote_edwards.pdf (647 kB)
Excerpts from John Edwards' Restoring the American Dream: Fighting Poverty and Expanding the Middle Class Keynote Address