Access to Justice for a New Century: The Way Forward
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
This book is a timely addition to the literature on access to justice. The book's essays address all aspects of the topic, including differing views on the meaning of access to justice; ways to improve access to legal services; litigation and its role in achieving social justice; and the roles of lawyers, citizens, and legal insitutions.
Access to Justice for a New Century is based on papers given at an international symposium presented by the Law Society of Upper Canada, sponsored by the Law Foundation of Ontario.
Law Society of Upper Canada
Justice, Administration of--Congresses; Legal aid--Congresses.
Constitutional Law | Courts | Jurisprudence | Law and Society | Social Welfare Law
Bass, Julia H.; Bogart, W. A.; and Zemans, Frederick H., "Access to Justice for a New Century: The Way Forward" (2005). Books. 70.