40 Judges J. 2 (2001)

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i UDGES'
OURNAL
WINTER 2001, Vol.40, No. I
Access to Justice
Introduces this special issue on access to justice
By Robert B.Yegge
Providing All Americans with a Key
to the Courthouse
Issues a call to action to the bench and bar to work together
to ensure that all Americans have access to the courts
By Robert Hirshon
What Judges Can Do to Increase
Equal Access to the Courts
Surveys a variety of methods that judges can use to
encourage and support access to the courts
By Lauren Hallinan
Judicial Activism-Pro Bono
Adds to the discussion of the judiciary's
role in supporting pro bono service
By Robert E. McBeth

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