The Justice Gap

Steve Hynes

Editore: Legal Action Group, 2009
ISBN 10: 1903307635 / ISBN 13: 9781903307632
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In 1949, the Legal Aid and Advice Act was granted royal assent with the intention of ensuring that anyone who needed legal advice would be able to access it. In this timely book the authors describe the origins and history of legal aid including recent attempts to reform the system years arguing that legal aid has fallen short of its original aims. Our orders are sent from our warehouse locally or directly from our international distributors to allow us to offer you the best possible price and delivery time. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: On 30 July 1949, the Legal Aid and Advice Act was granted royal assent with the intention of ensuring that anyone who needed legal advice would be able to access it. In this timely book the authors describe the origins and history of legal aid as well as New Labour's attempts to reform the system years on. They argue that on its 60th anniversary legal aid has fallen short of its original aims. There exists a marked difference between the numbers of cases pursued to enforce rights and the many potential cases that people never take up as they are either not aware of their rights or they decide it is not worth the trouble to take it further - this is 'the justice gap'. Though UK legal aid is arguably the best funded in the world the authors illustrate that the public are not being well served by the current system which has emerged from the recent reforms. They clearly articulate the necessary, essential reforms to bridge the justice gap that has been created and also to bring into reality the intentions of the original Act. This title will be of great interest to all legal aid practitioners and commentators and an essential purchase for policy-makers and students across the legal and social policy sectors.

Recensione: 'This book is an important contribution to an essential debate we need to have about how to best create a legal aid system fit for the 21st century.' --Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, from the foreword.

'Legal aid and the public service professionals who dispense it have had a battering in recent years. Yet in hard times when you don't trust the politicians, the bank manager or the bailiff at the door, a lawyer starts looking like your last hope. This book is an impressive attempt at preserving the hope that everyone might have access to justice in this country.' --Shami Chakrabarti, Liberty

'Legal aid and the public service professionals who dispense it have had a battering in recent years. Yet in hard times when you don't trust the politicians, the bank manager or the bailiff at the door, a lawyer starts looking like your last hope. This book is an impressive attempt at preserving the hope that everyone might have access to justice in this country.' --Shami Chakrabarti, Liberty

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Titolo: The Justice Gap
Casa editrice: Legal Action Group
Data di pubblicazione: 2009
Legatura: Paperback
Condizione libro: New

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