30 J.L. & Soc'y [i] (2003)

handle is hein.journals/jlsocty30 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Law and Society
(Formerly the British Journal of Law and Society)
VOLUME 30 NUMBER 1                                       MARCH 2003
Contents
Articles
Access to Justice after Universalism:
Introduction .............. Richard Moorhead and Pascoe Pleasence   1
Causes of Action: First Findings of the
LSRC Periodic Survey ............. Pascoe Pleasence, Hazel Genn,
Nigel J. Balmer, Alexy Buck, and Aoife O'Grady 11
Alternatives to Public Provision: The Role of Legal
Expenses Insurance in Broadening Access to Justice:
The German Experience ............................ Matthias Kilian  31
The Swedish Legal Services Policy Remix: The Shift
from Public Legal Aid to Private Legal
Expense  Insurance .................................... Francis Regan  49
The Contingency Legal Aid Fund: A Third Way to
Finance Personal Injury Litigation .................... David Capper  66
Evaluating the Scottish Public Defence Solicitors'
Office ................................................ Tamara  Goriely  84
Large-scale Map or the A-Z? The Place of Self-help
Services in Legal Aid ...... Jeff Giddings and Michael Robertson  102
The Law and the Desert: Alternative Methods of
Delivering Justice ................................. Louise Anderson  120
Changing Patterns of Legal Representation in Divorce:
From Lawyers to Pro Se .............................. Lynn Mather  137
Adversarial Mythologies: Policy Assumptions and
Research Evidence in Family Law .............. Rosemary Hunter   156

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