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Reform of the civil justice system two decades past - Implications for the legal profession and for law teachers
Bond Law Review (2009)
  • Bobette Wolski, Bond University
Abstract

This article provides a comparative analysis of civil justice reforms in common law jurisdictions in the two decades since the mid-1980s, with an emphasis on the earlier 'access to justice' reforms, and it examines the implications of those reforms on the role of legal professionals and for law schools attempting to formulate a responsive curriculum.

Keywords
  • reform,
  • litigation,
  • civil justice,
  • legal practice
Publication Date
December 1, 2009
Publisher Statement
Published Version.

Wolski, Bobette (2009). Reform of the civil justice system two decades past - Implications for the legal profession and for law teachers. Bond Law Review, 21 (3), 192-232.

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Citation Information
Bobette Wolski. "Reform of the civil justice system two decades past - Implications for the legal profession and for law teachers" Bond Law Review Vol. 21 Iss. 3 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bobette_wolski/17/