How Does the Civil Right to Counsel Movement Promote Health and Economic Justice?

This interactive workshop examines traditional and non-traditional strategies for working with tenants/homeowners facing housing loss in diverse situations. Starting with the premise that housing is a basic human right, we explore how the right to counsel movement is part of a comprehensive system to promote the health and well-being of communities. Saturday, 8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m., Room E

Ishbel Dickens, Columbia Legal Services
Merf Ehman, Columbia Legal Services (moderator)
Jonathan Grant, Solid Ground
Renee Lamberjack, University of Washington Evans School of Public Affairs
John Pollock, Public Justice Center
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