What is the future of work for individuals currently in poverty or facing the risk of falling into poverty? The themes related to this central fundamental question was the driving force behind The Georgetown Journal of Poverty Law & Policy’s Volume 25 Symposium held in January 2018. Leading scholars and practitioners in the fields of poverty law and workforce policy were invited to focus on the impact of low-wage work and automation and complications arising from the increased prevalence of the “gig economy.” Scholarship from this event is published in Volume 25, Issue 3 and is  available for purchase.

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