After a stint with Legal Aid and after setting up the city's first felony alternative-to-incarceration program, JoAnne Page became CEO of the Fortune Society, a reentry organization. She discusses Fo
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The new chair of the board of Lawyers Without Borders discusses her own work in Liberia, Ghana, Kenya and Uganda, along with the organization's training programs on legal concepts and human rights in
New York Law Journal
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Luis Calcano and Maria Quezada, two law students in the Dominican Republic, have spent the past month observing how low-income New Yorkers use do-it-yourself resources to navigate the shoals of the s
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