Lawyers and judges have made good, solid proposals for improving access to justice, but too often efficiency is mistaken for access. The best answers will come from an army of self-represented litigants as we continue to shape the courts to our liking.
The NYU Law Review has a barn-burning speech from the chief judge of the state’s appellate bench, who sees the judiciary as the leader of the access to justice revolution (pdf). Judge Lippman is a tireless advocate of legal services for the poor. His work on reforming New York’s justice system is respected throughout the country. More Like This:When Access To […]