4 edition of Toward Equal Justice: A Comparative Study of Legal Aid in Modern Societies found in the catalog.
Toward Equal Justice: A Comparative Study of Legal Aid in Modern Societies
by Oceana Pubns
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||756|
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Get this from a library. Toward equal justice: a comparative study of legal aid in modern societies: (text and materials). [Mauro Cappelletti; James Gordley; Earl Johnson].
His published works include Toward Equal Justice: A Comparative Study of Legal Aid in Modern Societies and Justice and Reform: The Formative Years of America's Legal Services Program. Johnson holds a juris doctor degree from the University of Chicago and a master of laws from Northwestern University.
Their partnership resulted in “Toward Equal Justice: A Comparative Study of Legal Aid in Modern Societies” (), now considered a major landmark in the history of comparative studies on legal aid. Building on the development of new legal aid models and growing momentum of the theme of access to justice, Mauro Cappelletti initiated.
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Comparative constitutional law: Cases and materials (Contemporary legal education series). Toward Equal Justice: A Comparative Study of Legal Aid in Modern Societies (Text and Materials) Jun 1, by Mauro Cappelletti Hardcover.
State Courts, ); and Toward Equal Justice: A Comparative Study of Legal Aid in Modern Societies (Milan and Dobbs Ferry: Giuffre and Oceana, ). Author of over 40 book chapters and articles, including: “Access to Justice” in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (); “Equal Access to Justice: Comparing File Size: 95KB.
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Cappelletti, J. Gordley and E. Johnson Jr, Toward Equal Justice: A Comparative Study of Legal Aid in Modern Societies (New York: Milan & Dobbs Ferry, ). 0 The Modern Law Review Limited Cited by: He has co-written several books including Gratian, The Treatise on Laws with the Ordinary Gloss, The Civil Law System: An Introduction to the Comparative Study of Law, and Toward Equal Justice: A Comparative Study of Legal Aid in Modern Societies.
This article was stimulated by the publication of Toward Equal Justice: A Comparative Study of Legal Aid in Modern Societies, edited by Mauro Cappelletti, James Gordley, and Earl Johnson, Jr. Legal aid: a proposed plan / [by] James Kennan [ and others] Toward equal justice: a comparative study of legal aid in modern societies: (text and materials) / Mau Office management manual for legal aid societies / by Junius L.
Allison; A tentative bibliography of material on legal aid work. Toward equal justice: a comparative study of legal aid in modern societies: (text and materials) / Mauro Cappelletti, James Gordley, & Earl Johnson ; with original contributions by P.
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