Abstract

The article focuses on the clinical legal education movements which promote common agendas for measurement of stability and security in the U.S. It describes the assistance of law school clinics to empirical research program for providing delivery of legal services in poor communities. It emphasizes on the need for civil justice research to reform a strong legal services delivery system for better legal services.

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