By examining the LHPA, this Article seeks, however modestly, to extend the Hurstian project. The Article argues that the LHPA, composed of a group of middle-class women interacting with their environment, neighbors, the courts, private businesses, and city and state officials, on a deeply local and quotidian basis, had a significant impact in shaping a multitude of New York City laws and law had a profound affect in creating and molding the work and identity of the organization.
"The Ladies' Health Protective Association: Lay Lawyers and Urban Cause Lawyering,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 41
, Article 2.
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