Hofstra Law Review


The article discusses several issues involving underemployed attorneys and underserved communities in America as of 2014, and it mentions pro se representation and various legal service providers such as Legal Services Corporation, Civic Legal Corps, and New York, New York's Legal Aid Society. The author claims that a glut of unemployed law school graduates in America should be viewed as a resource allocation problem. The Teach For America Inc. social program is also examined.

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