Lawyers talking rights and clients breaking rules: between legal positivism and distributive justice in Israeli poverty lawyering

Discusses advocating on behalf of poor clients who break laws in order to secure their basic needs. Uses a case study in Tel Aviv, Israel, of ethical dilemmas posed by client squatters who have been evicted from their homes. Looks at how lawyers work within the legal system and simultaneously contests its underlying structure, language, and assumptions.
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