This article examines the state of the Lithuanian legal system ten years after its independence and offers suggestions for reforms that would increase citizens' access to justice. The article addresses issues arising from the increasing legal and economic complexity of Eastern Europe and the corresponding increased need for legal advice. Finally, the article notes the difficulty in acheiving individualism and human rights goals while socio-economic disparity is increasing.
Access to Justice in Lithuania,
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Available at: http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ilj/vol24/iss6/8