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Less Than Six Degrees of Separation

Consumer Law Connections to Your Practice (Part I)

By Deanne Loonin & Elizabeth Renuart

Welfare reform and economic barriers existing long before "reform" make knowledge about consumer law issues essential for legal services advocates. Consumer law's connection to welfare law, to family and domestic violence law, and to advocates with immigrant clients is explored in this first part, its relationship with housing, health, and the elderly in a second part.

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