General Access to Justice

  1. Gary Blasi, How Much Access? How Much Justice?, 73 Fordham L. Rev. 865 (2004), available at http://heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?collection=journals&handle=hein.journals/flr73&div=5&id=&page=.

  2. Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Building a Human Rights Argument for a Local or State Court (2014), video available at http://media.wcl.american.edu/Mediasite/Play/421c3414ed11407a95b9c5be97bdd66a1d.

  3. Russell Engler, And Justice for All – Including the Unrepresented Poor: Revisiting the Roles of the Judges, Mediators, and Clerks, 67 Fordham L. Rev. 1987 (1999), available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=835564

  4. Lawrence M. Friedman, Access to Justice: Some Comments, 73 Fordham L. Rev. 927 (2004).

  5. Ruth Bader Ginsberg, In Pursuit of the Public Good: Access to Justice in the United States, 7 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 1 (2001), available at http://law.wustl.edu/Journal/7/p1ginsburg.pdf.

  6. Bruce A. Green, ForewardDeborah L. Rhode's Access to Justice, 73 Fordham L. Rev. 841 (2004), available at http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4036&context=flr.

  7. Steven H. Hobbs, Shout from Taller Rooftops: A Response to Deborah L. Rhode's Access to Justice, 73 Fordham L. Rev. 935 (2004), available at http://law2.fordham.edu/ihtml/page3.ihtml?imac=1137&pubID=500&articleid=2661

  8. Alan W. Houseman & Linda E. Perle, Securing Equal Justice for All: A Brief History of Civil Legal Assistance in the United States, Center for Law and Social Policy (Nov. 2003), available at http://www.clasp.org/admin/site/publications/files/0158.pdf. 

  9. Sundeep Kothari, And Justice for All: The Role Equal Protection and Due Process Principles Have Played in Providing Indigents with Meaningful Access to the Courts, 72 Tul. L. Rev. 2159 (1998).

  10. National Center for State Courts, How the Public Views the State Courts: A 1999 National Survey (May 14, 1999), available at http://www.flcourts.org/gen_public/family/diversity/bin/publicop_natl.pdf.

  11. National Center for State Courts, The Landscape of Civil Litigation in State Courts (2015), available at http://www.ncsc.org/~/media/Files/PDF/Research/CivilJusticeReport-2015.ashx.

    1. Richard Zorza,We Now Have the Data That shows That The One-Side-Self-Represented Case is the Dominant Case Situation in US Civil State Courts and That We Need a Fundamental Rethink of The State Civil Justice System, Access to Justice Blog (Aug. 26, 2015), available at https://accesstojustice.net/2016/08/26/we-now-have-the-data-that-shows-that-the-one-side-self-represented-case-is-the-dominant-case-situation-in-us-civil-state-courts-and-that-we-need-a-fundamental-rethink-of-the-state-civil-justice-system/.

  12. Deborah L. Rhode, Access to Justice: Again, Still, 73 Fordham L. Rev. 1013 (2004).

  13. Deborah Rhode, Access to Justice: Connecting Principles to Practice, 17 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 369 (2004).

  14. Deborah L. Rhode, Too Much Law, Too Little Justice: Too Much Rhetoric, Too Little Reform, 11 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 989 (1998).

  15. Don Saunders, Building State Justice Communities: Where Do We Go From Here?, NLADA Cornerstone (2005), available at http://www.nlada.org/DMS/Documents/1107465709.15/STATE%20JUSTICE%20COMMUNITIES.%20final3.pdf.

  16. Norman W. Spaulding, The Luxury of the Law: The Codification Movement and the Right to Counsel, 73 Fordham L. Rev. 983 (2004), available at http://law2.fordham.edu/ihtml/page3.ihtml?imac=1137&pubID=500&articleid=2664

  17. William C. Vickrey, et al., Access to Justice: A Broader Perspective, 42 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 1147 (2009), available at http://llr.lls.edu/docs/42-4dunn.pdf.