The second annual WIPI conference was held March 30-31, 2007 at the University of Georgia School of Law. The two-day conference included a variety of panel discussions and roundtables on matters relating to poverty law, addressing such topics as education, affordable housing, juvenile delinquency, immigration, community economic development, voting rights, workers’ rights, health care and indigent defense.

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Thursday, March 1st
12:00 AM

Working in the Public Interest Law Conference

Roy E. Barnes, Governor of Georgia
Jonathan Blazer, National Immigration Law Center
Emmet Bondurant, Georgia Public Defender Standards Council
Linda Couch, National Low Income Housing Coalition
Ryan King, The Sentencing Project
Michael Monahan, Probono Project, State Bar of Georgia
Joel Packer, National Education Association
Steve C. Jones, Superior Courts, Western Judicial Circuit
Stephen Bright, Southern Center for Human Rights

12:00 AM