Kudos to Professor Steven Ramirez and Loyola University Chicago School of Law for hosting our recent event, The New Corporatocracy and Election 2016. Loyola Chicago Law’s social justice mission made it an inspiring venue for our discussions, and we appreciate the support of Dean Michael Kaufman and Associate Dean Spencer Weber Waller. Thanks also to Loyola Chicago Law Professors Emily Benfer, Sam Brunson, and Allyson Gold, as well as Steve Ramirez, for their conference presentations, and to the Loyola public health law clinical students whose groundbreaking work was featured by Professors Benfer and Gold.
Classcrits X: Mobilizing for Resistance, Solidarity and Justice
Nov. 10-11, 2017
Tulane University School of Law
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This blog is the public manifestation of the ClassCrits Project. The blog focuses on law and economic inequality from a critical legal perspective. Supported by the University at Buffalo School of Law, participants in the ClassCrits Project - and this blog in particular - hope to start a discussion that puts economic inequality at the center rather than at the margins of mainstream law. [Read More]