Reasoning a Human Right to Legal Aid
Legal aid and human rights have more in common than is usually appreciated: both are concerned with guaranteeing equality and justice, and both are underpinned by respect for human dignity (Fleming 2007: 26; Luban 2005: 817 – 18, 839 – 40). But these shared characteristics are not usually the basis on which the relationship between legal aid and human rights has been explored; rather, the exercise in the literature is often to propose that one — legal aid — ought to be brought within the...[Show more]
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