Comparing legal aid spending: The promise and perils of a jurisdiction-centred approach to (international) legal aid research

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Abstract

This chapter discusses the promise and perils of a jurisdiction-centred approach to (international) legal aid research.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Transformation of Legal Aid
Subtitle of host publicationHistorical and Comparitive Studies
EditorsFrancis Regan, Alan Paterson, Tamara Goriely, Don Fleming
Pages133-158
Number of pages25
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jul 1999

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Keywords

  • legal aid
  • legal aid policy
  • legal aid research
  • legal profession

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Tata, C. (1999). Comparing legal aid spending: The promise and perils of a jurisdiction-centred approach to (international) legal aid research. In F. Regan, A. Paterson, T. Goriely, & D. Fleming (Eds.), The Transformation of Legal Aid: Historical and Comparitive Studies (pp. 133-158)
Tata, Cyrus. / Comparing legal aid spending : The promise and perils of a jurisdiction-centred approach to (international) legal aid research. The Transformation of Legal Aid: Historical and Comparitive Studies. editor / Francis Regan ; Alan Paterson ; Tamara Goriely ; Don Fleming. 1999. pp. 133-158
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Comparing legal aid spending : The promise and perils of a jurisdiction-centred approach to (international) legal aid research. / Tata, Cyrus.

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