Power Play Goal: Analyzing Zoning Law and Reparations as Remedies to Historic Displacement in Pittsburgh’s Hill District
Theodoros Papazekos, Spring 2022
Universities as Producers, Managers, and Opponents of Poverty: The Case of Food Insecurity on Campus
Dr. Katharine M. Broton, Charlotte Lenkaitis, and Sarah Henry, Spring 2022
The Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy is the nation's premier law journal on poverty issues. As part of its mission to bring an end to the desperate conditions afflicting so many in this wealthy nation, the Journal publishes articles from distinguished law professors and practitioners in poverty-related fields.
In addition, the Journal features student research, works from scholars in poverty-related disciplines, and the “voices” of persons living in poverty. The Journal’s unique, comprehensive, and multidisciplinary approach to poverty issues and law represents a groundbreaking approach to scholarly publication.Consistent with its mission, the Journal is also actively involved in local community outreach and works with legal and social service organizations to provide assistance to those in need.
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