Lack of access to justice has long been a problem in the United States and other developed countries. Recent regulatory reforms - from the adoption of Alternative Business Structures in the United Kingdom to LLLTs in Washington State - have been motivated by the desire to expand access to justice. However, normative questions such as what access to justice entails and why it should be a societal priority have received comparatively little attention. With the generous support of the Earhart Foundation, the Texas A&M University School of Law is pleased to present Reconsidering Access to Justice from April 30-May 2, 2015 in Fort Worth.
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