9 Seattle J. Soc. Just. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/sjsj9 and id is 1 raw text is: SEATTLE~
JOURNALSOCIAL
FOR
JUSTICE
VOLUME 9               *    ISSUE 1    *      FALL/WINTER 2010
SYMPOSIUM ISSUE
SPONSORED BY THE FRED T. KOREMATSU CENTER FOR LAW AND EQUALITY
AT SEATTLE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
SCHOOL OF LAW, AND GONZAGA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
CIVIL LEGAL REPRESENTATION AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE:
BREAKING POINT OR OPPORTUNITY FOR CHANGE
Introduction     ................................Lisa E. Brodoff  1
Civil Right to Counsel: In re Marriage ofKing
and the Continuing Journey  ................. Deborah Perluss  13
The Impact of Counsel:
An Analysis of Empirical Evidence ........Rebecca L. Sandefur  51
Reflections on a Civil Right to Counsel and
Drawing Lines: When Does Access to Justice
Mean Full Representation by Counsel, and
When Might Less Assistance Suffice? ........... Russell Engler  97
Economic and Other Benefits
Associated with the Provision of Civil Legal Aid ..... Laura K. Abel  139
Susan Vignola
Advancing the Right to Counsel
in Removal Proceedings    ...................... Matt Adams   169
In Re Marriage of King:
Amicus Curiae Brief of International
Law Scholars in Support of Appellant  ..........Martha F. Davis  185
Raven Lidman

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