The Review: Volume 42Issue 1

Over the past three decades, social justice attorneys have adopted more “participatory” approaches to advocacy, including rebellious lawyering, public dispute resolution, and community economic development. This article proposes using the concept of human dignity as a lens for exploring tensions

Criminal defense lawyers should explicitly discuss at the sentencing phase conditions of confinement in prisons similar to how Civil War-era abolitionists used narratives about conditions of slavery to raise awareness about the dire conditions and to humanize those affected.

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