Volume 31, Issue 3

Articles Presented at the Spring 2013 Wisconsin International Law Journal Symposium on A Comparative Perspective on Social justice Lawyering in Asia: Conditions, Practices, & Possibilities
Mobilizing Law for Justice in Asia: A Comparative Approach by Frank W. Munger, Scott  L. Cummings, and Lousie G. Trubek
New Paths to Justice: A Tale of Social Justice Lawyering in Bangladesh by Cynthia Farid
The Call of the Times: Strategic Public Interest Lawyering During the Arroyo Regime in the Phillippines (2001-2010) by H. Harry L. Roque, Jr
TRAFCORD and its Participation in the Promotion of Human Rights to Counter Human Trafficking in Thailand by Duean Wongsa
Social Justice Lawyering and the meaning of Indian Constitutionalism: A case study of the Alternative Law Forum by Arvind Narrain and Arun K. Thiruvengadam
Protecting Community Rights: Prospects for Public Interest Lawyering in Mongolia by Bayartsetseg Jigmiddash and Jennifer Rasmussen
Monkey in a Wig: LoyarBurok, UndiMsia!, Public Interest Litigation and Beyond by Shanmuga Kanesalingam
Cause Lawyers in Indonesia: A House Divided by Tim Lindsey and Melissa Crouch
Of Absences, Masks, and Exceptions: Cause Lawyering in Singapore by Jothie Rajah and Arun K. Thiruvengadam
The Justification of a Cause Advocacy in Socialist Asia: Vietnam as a Case Study by John Gillespie
Not Just Defending: Advocating For Law in Myanmar by Nick Cheesman and Kyaw Min San
Sleeping with Dragons?: Politically Embedded Lawyers Suing the Chinese State by John Wagner Givens
A Short History of the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative’s Technical Assistance Approach by Jennifer Rasmussen