The feasibility of achieving fair and effective access to law in the Australian welfare state : the lessons of revisiting the post-war experience of legal aid
In the 1970s Australia, like a number of comparable countries, reorganised the provision of legal aid. Within a few years, however, new 'problems' had emerged in 'access to justice'. In 1993, the Federal Government responded by charging a committee to identify 'solutions', some of whi£h were adopted in mid-199 5. Yet, the 'problems' of 'access to justice', and access to law, remain. This thesis considers whether these problems are capable of resolution. It begins by posing a general...[Show more]
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