This Article discusses the use of non-attorneys in representing such clients, as well as pro se representation by such claimants. It then describes the efforts of the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") to ensure that such claimants have access to adequate and effective representation through the use of law school clinics. Finally, this Article raises numerous issues that must be considered before establishing such clinics, and concludes that proper planning and adjustment is necessary for a successful clinical program.
Constantine N. Katsoris,
Securities Arbitration: A Clinical Experiment,
25 Fordham Urb. L.J. 193
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