This paper is intended to deal with the different methods of delivering civil legal aid services in South Africa. Before doing so, however, brief mention will be made of the structure of the legal profession and the impact of the new South African Constitution (or "Constitution"), as both have influenced the development of legal aid services in the country. Mention in passing will also be made to special procedures and courts that can be used to access justice in civil matters.
David J. McQuoid-Mason,
The Delivery of Civil Legal Aid Services in South Africa,
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