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The U.S. Supreme Court & Access to the Federal Courts

What do the decisions from the last U.S. Supreme Court Term mean for our clients' access to the federal court system? In the latest episode of the Advocacy Exchange, we discussed this question with Mona Tawatao of the Western Center on Law and Poverty, Jane Perkins of the National Health Law Program, and Gary Smith of Northern California Legal Services. Watch now. For more on this topic -- including links and citations to the cases -- read their new Clearinghouse article, Access Decisions in the 2016-17 Term: A (Mostly) Subdued U.S. Supreme Court in a Year of Political Upheaval.

Advocacy Exchange

The 2016 Supreme Court Term & Federal Court Access

with Mona Tawatao, Jane Perkins, & Gary Smith

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Clearinghouse Articles

Access Decisions in the 2016–17 Term

A (Mostly) Subdued U.S. Supreme Court in a Year of Political Upheaval

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Advocacy Stories

A Docket Designed to Preserve Homeownership

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Advocate Training

Racial Justice Training Institute

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The Witness

Margaret Stapleton and Michelle Mbekeani-Wiley

Attorneys at the Shriver Center

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Advocacy in Action Webinars

Ensuring Fair Housing for People with Criminal Records

A Conversation with HUD

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Language Access

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