"Access to Justice" was one of a set of intellectual triplets that appeared in the 1970s; its siblings were the dispute perspective in legal studies and the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) movement. This article describes the evolution of access to justice and its companions and explores their expanding frontiers in the modern world.
Access to Justice in a World of Expanding Social Capability,
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