Law Review Articles / Treatises / Other Writings

  1. Barbara Bezdek, Silence in the Court: Participation and Subordination of Poor Tenants' Voices in Legal Process, 20 Hofstra L. Rev. 533 (1992), available at

  2. Erica Braudy and Kim Hawkins, Power and Possibility in the Era of Right to Counsel, Robust Rent Laws & COVID-19, 28 GEOJPLP 117 (2021), available at

  3. Raymond Brescia, Sheltering Counsel: Toward a Right to a Lawyer in Eviction Proceedings, 25 Touro L. Rev. 187 (2009), available at

  4. Matthew Desmond, Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, Penguin Random House (2016).

  5. Paula Franzese, A Place To Call Home: Tenant Blacklisting and the Denial of Opportunity45 Fordham Urb. L.J. 661 (2018), available at

  6. Chester Hartman & David Robinson, Evictions: The Hidden Housing Problem, 14 Housing Pol'y Debate 461 (2003), available at

  7. Ken Karas, Recognizing a Right to Counsel for Indigent Tenants in Eviction Proceeding in New York, 24 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 527 (1991), available for purchase at

  8. Rachel Kleinman, Housing Gideon: The Right to Counsel in Eviction Cases, 31 Fordham Urb. L. J.1507 (2004), available at

  9. Lawrence McDonough, Minnesota Tenants Gain More Rights in Foreclosure Through Legislative Task Force Collaboration, 42 Clearinghouse Rev. J. of Poverty L. and Pol'y 596 (2009), available at

  10. Karl Monsma and Richard Lempert, The Value of Counsel: 20 Years of Representation Before a Public Housing Eviction Board, 26 Law & Soc'y Rev. 627 (1992), available with free jstor account at

  11. Ericka Petersen, Building a House for Gideon: The Right to Counsel in Evictions, 16 Stan. J. C.R. & C.L. 63 (2020), available at

  12. Kathryn Sabbeth, Housing Defense as the New Gideon, 41 Harv. J. L.&G. 55 (2018) (2018), available at

  13. Andrew Scherer, Gideon's Shelter: The Need to Recognize a Right to Counsel for Indigent Defendants in Eviction Proceedings, 23 Harvard C.R-C.L. L. Rev. 557 (1988), available for purchase at

  14. Andrew Scherer, Why a Right: The Right to Counsel and the Ecology of Housing Justice, IMPACT (2016), available at

  15. Mary Spector, Tenant Stories: Obstacles and Challenges Facing Tenants Today, 40 J. Marshall L. Rev. 407 (2007).

  16. Stout, Right to Counsel in Eviction Matters is Gaining Ground (Oct. 14, 2019), available at

  17. Stout, RIght to Counsel: The Nationwide Movement to Fight the Eviction Crisis (Oct. 14, 2019), available at

  18. David D. Troutt, Symposium: Cities, Fair Housing, and Gentrification: A Proposal in Progressive Federalism, 40 Cardozo L. Rev. 1177 (Feb. 2019), available at

  19. Frances Werner, Toward a Right to Counsel for Indigent Tenants in Eviction Proceedings, 17 Housing Law Bulletin (1987).

  20. John Whitlow, Gentrification and Countermovement: The Right to Counsel and New York City's Affordable Housing Crisis, 46 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1081 (2019), available at

  21. Jeanette Zelhof, Andrew Goldberg, and Hina Shamsi, Protecting the Rights of Litigants with Diminished Capacity in the New York City Housing Courts, 3 Cardozo Pub. L. Pol'y & Ethics J. 733 (Jan. 2006).