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Love Letters

Published by Lindsay Campbell
“We call it a ‘Positive Outcomes’ meeting, but it’s not really official or formal; all of us who work with …
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Movement Lawyering..? What’s that?

Published by Madeleine Cochrane
“Movement lawyering – who knows about it?,” asked co-founder of the Community Justice Project (CJP), Meena Jagannath, with a look …
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It May Just Be a Pink Folder

Published by Lindsay Campbell
When my boss writes her name, she dots her “I’s” with little hearts. When she needs to file something, she …
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The Work of Feeling

Published by Brennen Neeley
“They stop caring. These are the people who pushed into the night or skipped lunch for the next client,” said …
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Witness

Published by Lindsay Campbell
The courtroom relentlessly prefigures us. When Ceci and I enter, we are eminently innocent – the youngest interns, the most …
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One Step Closer

Published by Cecilia Cardelle
Months before I ever began my internship with Dade Legal Aid, I was bombarded with warnings about how difficult it …
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ICE Machine

Published by Alexander Frumkin
On our first day at my internship in Miami, the law firm’s human resources coordinator said that immigration law is …
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Kid Gloves

Published by Nicolas Aldana
All right, that’s it. Kid gloves are off. I’m so tired of feeling like a child, I thought as I …
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The group strikes a cross-armed pose in front of a mural on our second day in Miami.

Saying Goodbye to the 305

Published by Eritrea Temesghen
As I’m writing my final blog post for this program, I find it hard to believe that we’re in our …
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