Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy

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“Bad Moms” and Powerful Prosecutors: Why a Public Health Approach to Maternal Drug Use is Necessary to Lessen the Hardship Borne by Women in the South

Mina Dixon Davis, Winter 2018

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Social Justice Advocacy and Innovation: The Wisconsin Center for PublicRepresentation 1974–Present

Louise G. Trubek, Winter 2018

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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.