Paths to Justice: What people do and think about going to law

  title={Paths to Justice: What people do and think about going to law},
  author={Hazel G. Genn},
  • H. Genn
  • Published 1 November 1999
  • 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 the legal system paths to justice - which way now? Appendices: technical report logistical regression analysis results questionnaires and field documents. 
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