New Mega-Post! Access to Justice, Daedalus, Winter 2019
Introduction, John G. Levi & David M. Rubenstein.
How Rising Income Inequality Threatens Access to the Legal System, Robert H. Frank.
The Invisible Justice Problem, Lincoln Caplan.
Reclaiming the Role of Lawyers as Community Connectors, David F. Levi, Dana Remus & Abigail Frisch.
More Markets, More Justice, Gillian K. Hadfield.
Access to What?, Rebecca L. Sandefur.
The Right to Civil Counsel, Tonya L. Brito.
The New Legal Empiricism & Its Application to Access-to-Justice Inquiries, D. James Greiner.
The Public’s Unmet Need for Legal Services & What Law Schools Can Do about It, Andrew M. Perlman.
Access to Power, Sameer Ashar & Annie Lai.
The Center on Children & Families, Shani M. King.
Techno-Optimism & Access to the Legal System, Tanina Rostain.
Marketing Legal Assistance, Elizabeth Chambliss.
Community Law Practice, Luz E. Herrera.
The Role of the Legal Services Corporation in Improving Access to Justice, James J. Sandman.
Participatory Design for Innovation in Access to Justice, Margaret Hagan.
Simplified Courts Can’t Solve Inequality, Colleen F. Shanahan & Anna E. Carpenter.
Corporate Support for Legal Services, Jo-Ann Wallace.
Justice & the Capability to Function in Society, Pascoe Pleasence & Nigel J. Balmer.
Why Big Business Should Support Legal Aid, Kenneth C. Frazier.
Executive Branch Support for Civil Legal Aid, Karen A. Lash.
Why Judges Support Civil Legal Aid, Fern A. Fisher.
The Twilight Zone, Nathan L. Hecht.