Law Review Articles / Treatises / Other Writings

  1. Laura Abel, A Right to Counsel in Civil Cases: Lessons from Gideon v. Wainwright, 40 Clearinghouse Rev. J. of Poverty L. and Pol'y 271 (2006), available at

  2. Martha F. Davis, A Strong Need for Civil Legal Assistance, National Law Journal (Mar. 18, 2013), available at

  3. Rick Goralewicz, Civil Right to Counsel: Gideon's Stand-Alone Companion, D.C. Bar Briefcase (June 2013).

  4. Rick Goralewicz, Gideon's Children - Not Just in Criminal Law, Oklahoma Bar Journal Access to Justice Vo. 84 No. 14 at 1070 (May 18, 2013).

  5. Mark Juhas, On the Anniversary of Gideon, An Argument for Free Civil Representation, 36-SEP L.A. Law. 44 (Sept. 2013), available at

  6. James Neuhard, Gideon Redux: A Defender's View, 28 Cornerstone 5, 31 (Fall 2006), available  at

  7. Shaun Ossei-Owusu, Civil vs. Criminal Legal Aid, 94 So. Cal. R. 1561 (2020), available at

  8. John Pollock, Gideon and Civil Right to Counsel: Two Sides of a Coin, 34 NLADA Cornerstone 24 (2013), available at

  9. John Pollock, It's All About Justice: Gideon and the Right to Counsel in Civil Cases, ABA Human Rights Vol. 39 No. 4 (2013), reprinted, 27 MIE Journal 5 (Winter 2013), available at

  10. Lou Rulli, A Forecast For the Year in Law: Gideon's Promise, UPenn Law School (Jan. 8, 2013), available at

  11. Hong Tran, Bridging the Divide Between Civil Legal Aid Lawyers and Public Defenders, 47 Clearinghouse Rev. J. of Poverty L. and Pol'y 30 (May-June 2013), available with subscription at

  12. Thomas Wilkinson, Side Bar: Ensuring Access to Justice When It Really Counts, 35-APR Pa. Law. 2 (Mar./Apr. 2013), available at

  13. Mark Walsh, Fifty Years After Gideon, Lawyers Still Struggle to Provide Counsel to the Indigent, ABA Journal (Mar. 1, 2013), available at

  14. Terry Woods, Civil (!?) Gideon, Knoxville Bar Association Dicta (Mar. 2013), available at