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The Penn Law faculty are engaged in a wide array of scholarship in traditional, cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge areas of inquiry. This newly created section of our website, which we will continue to populate in the months ahead, gives you access and the ability to search current and earlier work.

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Employment Discrimination Litigation Under the ADA from the Perspective of the Poor: Can the Promise of Title I be Fulfilled for Low-Income Workers in the Next Decade? 9 TEMP. POL. & CIV. RTS. L. REV. 345 (2000).
Author:  Louis S. Rulli

Filling Gideon’s Empty Chair, 73 PHILA. LAW. MAG., Winter 2011, at 37 (with Michael Carroll).
Author:  Louis S. Rulli

New Rule Represents Progress (Side Bar Commentary on Pa. Professional Responsibility Rule 6.5), 70 PHILA. LAW. MAG., Spring 2007, at 17.
Author:  Louis S. Rulli

On the Road to Civil Gideon: Five Lessons from the Enactment of a Right to Counsel for Indigent Homeowners in Federal Civil Forfeiture Proceedings, 19 J.L. & POL'Y 683 (2011)
Author:  Louis S. Rulli

Representation of Low-Income Clients, 5 ABA FAM. L. LITIG. 9 (2006).
Author:  Louis S. Rulli

Sidebar: Status Report on LRAPs for Public Service Lawyers, PA. LAW., May/June 2010 at 22.
Author:  Louis S. Rulli

Student Loan Debt and Public Service: Is Relief Finally on the Horizon?, 71 PHILA. LAW. MAG., Winter 2009, at 14 (with Eric Foley).
Author:  Louis S. Rulli

The Long Term Impact of CAFRA: Expanding Access to Counsel and Encouraging Greater Use of Criminal Forfeiture, 14 FED. SENTENCING REP. 87 (2001).
Author:  Louis S. Rulli

Too Long Neglected: Expanding Curricular Support for Public Interest Lawyering, 55 CLEV. ST. L. REV. 547 (2007).
Author:  Louis S. Rulli

Unfinished Business: The Fading Promise of ADA Enforcement in the Federal Courts Under Title I and its Impact Upon the Poor, 8 J. GENDER, RACE & JUST. 595 (2005).
Author:  Louis S. Rulli