Call for Papers – Public Health/Housing Law

Thematic call on ‘Public health and emergency measures/Housing law’ For the next few months the King’s Student Law Review (KSLR) Forum will be encouraging submissions relating to public health and emergency measures, and recent developments in housing law. Submissions relating to the broad theme of public health may address topics such as emergency legislation in… More Call for Papers – Public Health/Housing Law

A Rights Based Approach Towards Managing Homelessness: Why Martin v City of Boise is a Step in the Right Direction – Sumit Chatterjee

A Rights Based Approach Towards Managing Homelessness: Why Martin v City of Boise is a Step in the Right Direction By Sumit Chatterjee   In Soapy’s opinion, the Law was more benign than Philanthropy. There was an endless round of institutions, municipal and eleemosynary, on which he might set out and receive lodging and food… More A Rights Based Approach Towards Managing Homelessness: Why Martin v City of Boise is a Step in the Right Direction – Sumit Chatterjee