Texas Access To Justice - 2010


Jim B. Sales examines the history and goals of providing access to the justice system by those who cannot afford an attorney. He explains the formation and progress of the Texas Access to Justice Commission, including its committees, task forces, and continuing influence on legislative efforts at both the state and federal level.

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