The DePaul Journal for Social Justice promotes discussion of policy issues, encourages submissions of interdisciplinary work, and expands student opportunities for learning. The Journal offers legal professionals, practitioners, community-based leaders, academics and students the opportunity to voice their concerns, share their unique experiences, offer radical viewpoints and propose solutions.
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SAVE THE DATE!
On April 17, 2013 the Journal for Social Justice and the Center for Public Interest Law will be hosting the Spring Symposium.
Take Shelter: Keep Shelter
How underrepresented populations acquire housing and the hurdles they face in keeping it. Join us for a candid discussion on CHA's one-strike criminal activity policy, on the history and aftermath of the mortgage foreclosure crisis, and how to create more affordable housing for the populations who desperately need it.
Please see the SYMPOSIUM Page for more information.