CFP: Poverty Law Conference, Berkeley Law, Mar. 10-11, 2023

Berkeley Law

Berkeley Law – A poverty law conference: “Poverty Law: Where Do We Go From Here?,” is to be hosted by Berkeley Law on March 10-11, 2023. This conference will focus on the evolving nature of society’s concern for the poor, on changes to the nation’s antipoverty programs, and on the future of poverty law as a field. This conference is meant to be a gathering, similar to previous poverty law conferences, for all those whose work focuses on poverty, on disadvantaged populations, and on inequality. There are three main lines to the conference:

  • The Past and/or Future of Antipoverty Efforts and Programs
  • Teaching and Service
  • General Poverty Law (subject matter not limited in any way)

The proposal submission form can be found here, The submission deadline is is Nov. 18, 2022. Please contact Ezra Rosser with any questions at Please note: there is a $100 conference registration fee and presenters are responsible for their own travel expenses.





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