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Expert Insights: Publications Featuring Our Attorneys

May 30th, 2024

We’re excited to highlight recent publications featuring our knowledgeable attorneys as thought leadership in their respective fields.

Legal Texts on Law Practice and Advocacy

Steven N. Virgil, a PathLight attorney and Wake Forest University School of Law Professor, has authored two books: A Handbook for Transactional and Small Business Clinic, a guidebook for students in transaction and small business clinic practice and Poverty Law and Advocacy in America: Readings and Materials, which examines the experiences of the poor and the role of lawyers who represent them.

Summer NY 2020 – Black Legal Observers, Black Solidarity

Julian Hill, a PathLight attorney and Georgia State University Law Professor, co-authored an essay in the Social Science Research Network Journal. Summer NY 2020 – Black Legal Observers, Black Solidarity highlights a group of primarily legal workers who formed a Black-led legal observer group in 2019 called the New York City Black Legal Observer Collective (“BLOC”).

Community Capital Raise Strategies

PathLight Law Managing Partner Kim Arnone authored “Community Capital Raise Strategies,” a chapter in the American Bar Association’s Investing for Social Impact, Economic Justice, and Racial Equity. In the chapter, Kim explores how community capital campaigns help democratize our economy by allowing more people to invest in who they know, what they know and the values they believe in.

Legal Advice for Worker Cooperatives

In the Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC) California Worker Cooperative Law Practice Guide, PathLight Law Managing Partners Sarah Kaplan and Kim Arnone contribute two chapters. Chapter Three: Entity Choice examines legal entity options for cooperative formation. Chapter Seven: Securities/Capital Raising discusses how cooperatives can obtain capital directly from individuals to fund start-up operations or growth.