Professor Solomon was a legal services attorney from 1972-1985, and had the benefit of being a generalist with an enormous amount of client contact. During that time, he came to believe that problem solving was the most important specialty in the practice of law.
Professor Solomon has been a clinical teacher since 1985, with a focus on civil litigation and community development.
Expertise: Community & economic development, housing, banking, education and domestic violence
Prior Courses Taught: Community and Economic Development Clinic, Education Adequacy, Domestic Violence Clinic, Community Lawyering, Poverty Legal Services, Trial Practice, Trial Advocacy, Evidence, Advanced Community and Economic Development Clinic
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