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Paths to Justice Scotland: What People in Scotland do and think about Going to Law
The landscape of justiciable problems strategies for resolving justiciable problems the response to problems of different types outcomes fulfilling objectives? experiences and perceptions of theExpand
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What Clients Know: Client perspectives and legal competence
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Final Judgment: The Last Law Lords and the Supreme Court
The House of Lords, for over 300 years the UK's highest court, was transformed in 2009 into the UK Supreme Court. This book provides a compelling and unrivalled view into the workings of the CourtExpand
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Face to Face Legal Services and their Alternatives: Global Lessons from the Digital Revolution
The paradox of the present time is that publicly funded legal services are, in countries like the UK, under unparalleled strain. However, the deployment of new technology in the delivery of legalExpand
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Multi-disciplinary partnerships— a critique
Having trawled through a wide variety of lengthy (usually) and exhaustive (frequently) articles in American journals on the topic of Multi-Disciplinary Partnerships (MDPs), it comes as something of aExpand
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Paths to justice Scotland : what people in Scotland think and do about going to law
The publication in 1999 of Paths to Justice" presented the results of the most wide-ranging survey of public use of and attitudes towards the civil justice system ever conducted in England and WalesExpand
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Contesting Professionalism: Legal Aid and Nonlawyers in England and Wales
Professions are granted a form of cartel that enables them to charge more than would arise in a free market on the assumption that they provide better quality and are more trustworthy thanExpand
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Judges: A Political Elite?
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Deregulation and price discrimination in the conveyancing market
Using data from a telephone survey of solicitors in England and Wales, this paper presents data on the impact of deregulation on price discrimination in 27 local conveyancing markets. It is concludedExpand
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