Journals listed in this guide include those that often publish articles on poverty and poverty law topics. A search for journal articles should begin with a search of journal indices, which allow you to locate publications and articles by topic:
Also see the law library's research guide on Using Articles for Legal and Non-Legal Research for detailed information on research using legal and non-legal periodicals. Some specific journals on poverty include:
The following organizations focus their missions on legal issues concerning the financially underprivileged. Contact information can be found on the organizations' websites, linked below.
Unlike those listed above, the following organizations do not deal specifically with legal issues facing the poor, but rather with poverty more generally.
To find additional books, journals, and electronic resources at the Georgetown Law Library, use the following terms (Library of Congress subject headings) associated with poverty law to conduct Subject searches in the GULLiver catalog. Tutorial