Securing Equal Justice for All: A Brief History of Civil Legal Assistance in the United States (2013)
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Alan W. Houseman/Linda E. Perle: Securing Equal Justice for All. Washington, DC: CLASP, 3rd rev. ed. 2013 (2003).
This short history is based on the previous written work of Justice Earl Johnson, Justice John Dooley, Martha Bergmark, and the authors. This is the third revision to our first history originally written in 2003 and revised again in 2007.
Copyrights: Center for Law and Social Policy. Made available with permission of the authors.
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