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The Relationship Between Lawyers and Low-Income Communities

Introduction to Essays on Community Economic Development and Economic Justice

By Brad Caftel

Community economic development is not the result of isolated projects, but rather a series of goals and related projects. With their legal skills, access to information, and contacts outside low-income communities, lawyers have performed and can continue to perform a variety of critical services in the community economic development movement.

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