Center for Public Representation Archival Materials

The University of Wisconsin Law School is home to one of the most highly-rated and highly-regarded clinical programs in the nation. One of the first such clinics at UW Law was the Center for Public Representation (CPR), the precursor to the current Economic Justice Institute (EJI).

The founder of the Center for Public Representation was Professor Louise Trubek. Professor Trubek wrote a history of the CPR and in the process, was able to digitize a large collection of historical materials related to the history of by CPR and EJI.

These historical materials, reports, newsletters and policy papers make up this collection. In addition to these scanned materials, researchers may also access additional internal papers from CPR's history at the UW archives and the Wisconsin Historical Society.
 

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