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Suggested Bibliography

Edgar S. & Jean C. Cahn, The War on Poverty: A Civilian Perspective, 73 Yale L.J. 1317 (1964).

D. Cantrell, E. Levy Paluck, H. Lord & A. Smith, Walking the Path of the Law:  How Yale Law School Graduates Navigate Career Choices.

Jack Katz, Lawyers for the Poor in Transition: Involvement, Reform, and the Turnover Problem in the Legal Services Program, 12 Law & Society Rev. 275 (1978).

Michael McCann & Helena Silverstein, “Rethinking Law’s ‘Allurements:’’ A Relational Analysis of Social Movement Lawyers in the United States,” in Cause Lawyering:  Political Commitments and Professional Responsibilities (Austin Sarat & Stuart Scheingold, eds., Oxford Univ. Press)(1998).

Carrie Menkel-Meadow, “The Causes of Cause Lawyering:  Toward an Understanding of the Motivation and Commitment of Social Justice Lawyers,” in Cause Lawyering:  Political Commitments and Professional Responsibilities (Austin Sarat & Stuart Scheingold, eds., Oxford Univ. Press)(1998).

Alan W. Houseman & Linda E. Perle, Securing Equal Justice For All:  A Brief History of Civil Legal Assistance in the United States, Center for Law & Public Policy publication (2007).

American Bar Association Task Force on Access to Civil Justice, Report on Civil Gideon, August 7, 2006.