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Accessing Justice: The Availability and Adequacy of Counsel Removal Proceedings: New York Immigrant Representation Study Report

@article{Caplow2011AccessingJT,
  title={Accessing Justice: The Availability and Adequacy of Counsel Removal Proceedings: New York Immigrant Representation Study Report},
  author={Stacy Caplow and Peter L. Markowitz and Jojo Annobil and Peter Van Zandt Cobb and Nancy Morawetz and Oren Root and Claudia Slovinsky and Zhifen Cheng and Lindsay C. Nash},
  journal={Cardozo law review},
  year={2011},
  volume={33},
  pages={357}
}
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