Reading: Poverty Law II
Poverty Law
University of Minnesota and University of St. Thomas Schools of Law

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http://povertylaw.homestead.com
Permission granted for pro bono representation.
Use for other purposes, including educational purposes, is by written permission only from Lawrence R. McDonough and Monica Bogucki (except where other authors are noted).

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Holistic Poverty Law
Professor Bogucki
Representing the Whole Client, by Ellen Hemley
Circle of Poverty
Interdisciplinary Checklist for Transitioning Out of Poverty
The Holistic Practice of Law powerpoint

Juvenile Law: Mandatory Reporting; Interviewing Clients and Issue Spotting
Professor Bogucki
Minn. Stat. 626.556 et seq.
2016 Mandated Reporting Background Powerpoint Slides
2016 Mandated Reporting Exercises
Interviewing Clients Powerpoint

Options for Youth
Professor Bogucki
Options for Youth powerpoint
Delegation of Powers form

CHIPS
Professor Bogucki
CHIPS Powerpoint
CHIPS to Permanency Timeline Chart
Private CHIPS Form

Role of the Professionals
Professor Bogucki
Roles of the Professional

Orders for Protection and Domestic Violence
Professor Bogucki
Order for Protection Slide Powerpoint

Managing Stress in the Practice of Law
Professor Bogucki
The Toll of Trauma, Wisconsin Lawyer, December 2011

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HOUSING LAW:
Professor McDonough
http://povertylaw.homestead.com/ResidentialUnlawfulDetainer.html

MORE MATERIALS WILL BE POSTED THROUGHOUT THE SEMESTER

© Poverty Law and Lawrence R. McDonough and Monica Bogucki (except where other authors are noted)
http://povertylaw.homestead.com
Permission granted for pro bono representation.
Use for other purposes, including educational purposes, is by written permission only from Lawrence R. McDonough and Monica Bogucki (except where other authors are noted).