If you’re looking for some good reading this week, we’ve got you covered.
The current issue of Dædalus, a publication of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, is entirely focused on how the U.S. can address the access to justice gap. The first-ever open access issue of the journal, the publication includes twenty-four essays that cover a wide variety of A2J approaches.
The collection of essays as a whole represents a deep cross-section of ideas from leading experts in the field with three subsections: the meaning of access to justice, delivery models, and interests, constituencies, and stakeholders. A2J Lab Faculty Director Jim Greiner’s contribution, The New Legal Empiricism & Its Application to Access-to-Justice Inquiries, provides a great summary of the theory that drives the A2J Lab’s research.
All of the essays are freely available online at: https://www.amacad.org/daedalus/access-to-justice
Do any of the essays particularly resonate with you? Let us know what you think in the comments section.