After Universalism: Re-engineering Access to Justice
June 2003, Wiley-Blackwell
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- Explores the impact that increasing pressure on state spending onlegal services, and lower universal welfare provision have on the concept of "justice for all".
- Draws together original research from leading contributors to debates about access to justice from Australia, the United States and Europe.
- Covers unrepresented litigants, public defenders, self-help legal services, state- and market-based alternatives to legal aid, and the adaptation of common law court procedures to aboriginal culture, among other topics.
- Emphasises the tensions between efficiency, equality and justice.
- Published in association with the prestigious Journal of Law & Society.
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