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Cause Lawyers and Social Movements seeks to reorient scholarship on cause lawyers, inviting scholars to think about cause lawyering from the perspective of those political activists with whom cause lawyers work and whom they seek to serve. It demonstrates that while all cause lawyering cuts against the grain of conventional understandings of legal practice and professionalism, social movement lawyering poses distinctively thorny problems. The editors and authors of this volume explore the following questions: What do cause lawyers do for, and to, social movements? How, when, and why do social movements turn to and use lawyers and legal strategies? Does their use of lawyers and legal strategies advance or constrain the achievement of their goals? And, how do movements shape the lawyers who serve them and how do lawyers shape the movements?
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"Together with their previous collaborative works on cause lawyers, Austin Sarat and Stuart Scheingold have taught us a great deal about the utility of lawyers and legal rights for social and political change, usefully highlighted the political significance of studying the practices of public interest lawyers in a politics of rights, and helped set an agenda for exciting and politically relevant research." -- <I>The Law and Politics Book Review</I> "This work examines the unique position of lawyers committed both to profession and to cause. The wide variety of social movements described in the book offers a natural setting for asking how politically committed collective clients shape the lawyer's role and the tension this poses for professional responsibility." -- Richard Abel * UCLA School of Law * "Cause Lawyers and Social Movements presents a rich range of case studies of the interaction between lawyering and social movement." -- Lucie White * Harvard Law School *
Austin Sarat is William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science and Five College Fortieth Anniversary Professor at Amherst College. Stuart A. Scheingold is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Washington. Together, Sarat and Scheingold are the authors of Something to Believe In: Politics, Professionalism, and Cause Lawyering (Stanford University Press, 2004).
Contents Contributors000 Introduction: What Cause Lawyers Do For and To Social Move- ments--An Introduction 000 Austin Sarat and Stuart Scheingold THE LIFE CYCLE OF MOVEMENTS AND MOVEMENT LAW- YERING Retrenchment...and Resurgence? Mapping the Changing Context of Movement Lawyering in the United States000 Michael McCann and Jeffrey Dudas The Profession, the Grassroots & the Elite: Cause Lawyering for Civil Rights and Freedom in the Direct Action Era000 Thomas Hilbink Cause Lawyers in the First Wave of Same Sex Marriage Litigation 000 Scott Barclay and Shauna Fisher Cause Lawyering and Political Advocacy: Moving Law on Behalf of Central American Refugees000 Susan Bilder Coutin Consumer Cause Lawyering in the U.S.: Lawyers for the Movement or a Movement Unto Themselves?000 Stephen Meili LAWYERS AND ACTIVISTS/LAWYERS AS ACTIVISTS: PRO- FESSIONAL IDENTITIES AND MOVEMENT POLITICS To Lead With Law: Reassessing the Influence of Legal Advocacy Organizations in Social Movements000 Sandra R. Levitsky Social Movement Strategies and the Participatory Potential of Litiga- tion000 Anna-Maria Marshall The Haves Come Out Ahead: How Cause Lawyers Frame the Legal System for Movements000 Lynn Jones In Legal Culture, But Not Of It: The Role of Cause Lawyers in Evangelical Legal Mobilization000 Kevin R. den Dulk Index000