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Lawyer Secondary Consultations: improving access to justice: reaching clients otherwise excluded through professional support in a multi-disciplinary practice

Curran, Elizabeth


If people do not know they have rights or legal responsibilities; do not have the confidence to assert them or do not know the pathways to gain access to legal support and advice to action these legal rights, then those legal rights become unrealisable. It is now empirically established that unresolved legal problems result in poorer health and social outcomes. This article explores secondary consultations, where a lawyer gives one-to-one information or advice in a timely and approachable way...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2017-09-07
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Social Inclusion
DOI: 10.36251/josi.117
Access Rights: Open Access


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