Justin Olson

Seattlle University, School of Law, Students

Student

901 12th Avenue, Sullivan Hall

P.O. Box 222000

Seattle, WA 98122-1090

United States

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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Washington's War on the Visibly Poor: A Survey of Criminalizing Ordinances & Their Enforcement

Seattle University School of Law Research Paper No. 15-19, Published by the SU Homeless Rights Advocacy Project
Number of pages: 63 Posted: 08 May 2015 Last Revised: 16 Sep 2015
Justin Olson, Scott MacDonald and Sara Rankin
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public space, homelessness, race, gender, sexual orientation, sexual identity, LGBTQ, homeless, poverty, constitutional rights, civil rights, human rights, criminalization, neoliberal

2.

Living at the Intersection: Laws & Vehicle Residency

Seattle University School of Law, Homeless Rights Advocacy Project, 2016
Number of pages: 64 Posted: 08 May 2016 Last Revised: 20 May 2016
Seattle University, School of Law, Students, Seattlle University, School of Law, Students, Seattlle University, School of Law, Students, Seattle University, School of Law, Students and Seattle University School of Law
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homeless, vehicle, criminalization, shelter, constitutional law, poverty

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Begging for Change: Begging Restrictions Throughout Washington

Jocelyn Tillisch & Drew Sena, Seattle University Homeless Rights Advocacy Project, Begging for Change: Begging Restrictions Throughout Washington (Justin Olson & Sara Rankin Eds., 2018)
Number of pages: 105 Posted: 04 May 2018
Seattle University School of Law, Homeless Rights Advocacy Project, Seattle University School of Law and Seattlle University, School of Law, Students
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begging, panhandling, homeless, First Amendment, free speech, Reed, constitutional law, Due Process