This article considers what market-oriented or market-regulation approaches might be most practical and helpful in trying to satisfy unmet civil legal-service needs and how much it appears that such approaches may be able to succeed in doing so.
Thomas D. Rowe Jr.,
If We Don't Get Civil Gideon: Trying to Make the Best of the Civil-Justice Market,
37 Fordham Urb. L.J. 347
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