In this Article, Professor Diamond explores the nature of community. He specifically examines the potential for economic development as a means for achieving the growth of political power and institutions in economically depressed neighborhood communities and the proper role of the neighborhood attorney in facilitating this expansion.
8 J. Small & Emerging Bus. L. 151-171 (2004)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Diamond, Michael R., "Community Economic Development: A Reflection on Community, Power and the Law" (2004). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 419.