Legal Services History (1985)
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Houseman, Alan W.
Dooley, John A.
This is the second draft of a series of articles on the future of legal services. The history is the product of the Project on Poverty Research and Legal Services of the Center for Law and Social Policy.
Physical copy also available at the National Equal Justice Library.
Copyrights: Alan W. Houseman and John A. Dooley. Scanned copy made available with permission of the authors.
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