37 Fordham Urb. L.J. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/frdurb37 and id is 1 raw text is: FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL

Volume XXXVII        February 2010            Number 1
CONTENTS
ABA SYMPOSIUM ON ACCESS TO JUSTICE
INTRODUCTION ............................. Robert L. Rothman  1
ESSAY
ACCESS TO JUSTICE:
SOME HISTORICAL COMMENTS ....... Lawrence M. Friedman  3
ARTICLES
THE NEED FOR A NATIONAL CIVIL
JUSTICE SURVEY OF INCIDENCE
AND CLAIMING BEHAVIOR .............. Theodore Eisenberg  17
CONNECTING SELF-REPRESENTATION TO
CIVIL GIDEON WHAT EXISTING DATA
REVEAL ABOUT WHEN COUNSEL IS
MOST  NEEDED  ................................ Russell Engler  37
LAWYERING IN JUVENILE COURT:
LESSONS FROM A CIVIL
GIDEON EXPERIMENT ................ Katherine Hunt Federle  93
ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN A WORLD OF
EXPANDING SOCIAL CAPABILITY ............. Marc Galanter 115
HIGHER DEMAND, LOWER SUPPLY?
A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF
THE LEGAL RESOURCE LANDSCAPE
FOR ORDINARY AMERICANS ............. Gillian K. Hadfield 129
EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW AND THE
SOCIAL CONTRACT: WHEN WILL THE
UNITED STATES FINALLY GUARANTEE ITS
PEOPLE THE EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW
THE SOCIAL CONTRACT DEMANDS? ....... Earl Johnson, Jr. 157

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