Edward V. Sparer

Most Influential Person Across History

1928-1983 , founder of community legal services

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According to Wikipedia, Edward V. Sparer was an attorney known as the "father of welfare law." He was a prominent legal scholar, founded the organizations now known as Mobilization for Justice and the National Center for Law and Economic Justice, and was the strategist behind the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case Goldberg v. Kelly.

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