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Volume 28: Issue 1

Public Interest Law: Improving Access to Justice

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Articles

Foreword 
The Honorable Michael J. Davis

Writers in the First Person 
The Honorable Albie Sachs

"It's Good to be Free" An Essay About the Exoneration of Albert Burrell 
Steven M. Pincus

Wait a Minute! Residential Eviction Defense is Much More Than "Did You Pay the Rent?" 
Lawrence R. McDonough

Other Bad Acts and the Failure of Precedent 
Chad M. Oldfather

Housing Matters: Why Our Communities Must Have Affordable Housing 
Justin D. Cummins

Children's Access to Justice 
Gail Chang Bohr

The Chinese Century: An American Judge's Observations of the Chinese Legal System
The Honorable Sam Hanson

A White American Female Civil Rights Attorney in New Zealand: What Maori Experience(s) Teach Me About the Cause
Marguerite L. Spencer

The Global Classroom: International Human Rights Fact-Finding As Clinical Method 
Johanna Bond

Meeting the Need: Minnesota's Collaborative Model to Deliver Law Student Public Service 
Susan J. Curry

The Opportunities and Challenges of Providing Equal Access to Justice in Rural Communities 
Larry R. Spain

Whose Balance is it, Anyway? 
Cindy L. Lavorato 
The Honorable Joan Ericksen Lancaster

Lena Olive Smith: A Minnesota Civil Rights Pioneer 
Ann Juergens

Many Rivers to Cross: Evolving and Emerging Legal Issues in the Third Decade of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic 
Caroline Palmer 
Lynn Mickelson

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