Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal


This essay describes six sensibilities that are crucial for 21st Century social justice lawyers. It urges social justice lawyers to know thoroughly the literature on lawyering and social change movements, to be clear about their fundamental aims, to connect their efforts with others, to observe from multiple perspectives, to combat cultural encapsulation, and to put in the time necessary to ensure the survival, advancement, and flourishing of clients and communities.

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