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BA, 1989, JD, 1993, University of Baltimore
MPS, 1993; Ph.D. 2002, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Community Economic Development Law: A Text for Engaged Learning (2012) (with Susan Bennett, Louise A. Howells, and Deborah S. Kenn). [Abstract]
The Role of Nonprofits and Religious Organizations in Emergency Response, in Building Community Resilience Post-Disaster 133 (Dorcas R. Gilmore & Diane M. Standaert eds., 2013) (with contribution by Woody Widrow).
Creating a Problem Solving and Restoring Community Using Lessons Lost in the Merger of the Courts of Law and Equity: Justice as a Critical Element of Community Development, in Re-Engineering Community Development for the 21st Century (2008) (with others).
Community Voice and Justice: An Essay on Problem-Solving Courts as a Proxy for Change, 10 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class 25 (2010) (with others). [Full Text]
Conversations on “Community Lawyering”: The Newest (Oldest) Wave in Clinical Education, 28 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 359 (2008) (with others). [Full Text]
Cause Lawyering and Social Movements: Can Solo and Small Firm Practitioners Anchor Social Movements?, 39 Studies in Law, Politics and Society 119 (2006). [Full Text]
Finding Your Balance on the Tightrope: Reflections from a Clinical Life, 4 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class 273 (2004). [Full Text]
A New Tool for Strengthening Urban Neighborhoods, 11 Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law 128 (2002) (with Robert B. Inerfeld). [Full Text]