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Title Access to justice for a new century : the way forward / edited by Julia Bass, W.A. Bogart, Frederick H. Zemans
Published Toronto : Law Society of Upper Canada, 2005


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Contents Introduction / W. A. Bogart, Frederick H. Zemans & Julia Bass -- Access to justice in Canada today: scope, scale, ambitions / Roderick A. Macdonald -- What is access to justice? / Constance Backhouse -- Access to justice as a moving frontier / Marc Galanter -- Speaking the language of justice: a new legal vernacular / Janice Gross Stein & Adam Cook -- Development of legal services policies in England and Wales 1989-2002 / Stephen Orchard & Aoife O'Grady -- Lo, how Sparrow has fallen: a retrospective of the Supreme Court of Canada's section 35 jurisprudence / Darlene Johnston -- More litigation, more justice? The limits of litigation as a social justice strategy / Harry Arthurs -- Access to justice for the middle class / Herbert M. Kritzer
Summary The papers in this book address all aspects of the topic of access to justice, including different views on the meaning of access to justice; ways to improve access to legal services; litigation and its role in achieving social justice; and lawyers, citizens, and legal institutions. The book is based on papers given at an international symposium presented by the Law Society of Upper Canada, sponsored by the Law Foundation of Ontario. As the regulator of the legal profession in the public interest, the Law Society has a particular commitment to a society that values and promotes access to justice for its citizens
Notes Based on papers given at an international symposium held in Toronto, Ont., May 28, 2003
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Justice, Administration of -- Congresses.
Legal aid -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Bass, Julia (Julia H.)
Bogart, W. A. (William A.)
Zemans, Frederick H.
Law Society of Upper Canada.
ISBN 0887594158