in: Civil Society
Public interest lawyers need new tools to protect the vulnerable
The paradigmatic wall that separates lawyers into two camps—private and public—is a barrier to the possibilities and a threat to the health and resilience of our societies. We must now seek innovative ways to put the specialized skills of corporate lawyers into the hands of public interest lawyers. At a time when many public interest and social justice advocates feel disillusioned and in despair, it’s time to rediscover the law’s immense potential.
The full article can be found on Open Global Rights.
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