Working in the Public Interest Law Conference
The two-day conference included a variety of panel discussions and roundtables on such topics as: civil liberties; race and the criminal justice system; decriminalizing mental illness; funding public defender systems; the media's role in the law; immigration; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered youth in state sponsored institutions; environmental justice; and women's reproductive rights.
Allen, John D.; Barnes, Anne E.; Bermudez, Flor; Bernstein, B.J.; Brannen, Audrey; Byars, Safiya; Campbell, Hazina; Cook, Julian A.; Duff-Gilbert, Cathlee; Dunn, Jr., David J.; Dunn, Thomas; Enfinger, Margaret; Fuller, Jr., Hilton M.; Gabriel, Russell C.; Ginatta, Antonio; Griffin, John P.; Harris, Rita; Jackson, Sherry; Hodges, Kenneth B.; Johnson, Glenn S.; Kebriaei, Pardiss; Kolinchak, Carol; Levine, Lee; McMullen, Janet; Marvin, Charles; Nunn, Kenneth B.; O'Kelley, Judi; Orenstein, Ela; Phillip, Dawn; Pickens, John; Pitts, Jr., Vernon S.; Rapping, Jon; Rhinehart, Sabrina; Roskie, Jamie B.; Scherr, Alexander W.; Scott, Kay; Shahshahani, Azadeh; Sweat, David R.; Tate, Susan; Terry, Leisa G.; Watts, Whitney; Weber, Gerry; West, Sonja R.; and Wizner, Steven, "Working in the Public Interest Law Conference" (2008). Conferences and Symposia to 2010. 50.
Solving Poverty Through the Law, Advocate, Vol. 42, No. 2 (Spring/Summer 2008), p. 19
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Law Conference to Focus on Poverty, Press Release, 3/19/08
The third annual WIPI conference was held April 4-5, 2008 at the University of Georgia School of Law.