Abstract

The article focuses on the research on the Access to Justice (A2J), legal need, and the delivery of civil legal services in the U.S. It informs of the establishment of an A2J research initiative by the American Bar Foundation, a leading national center for sociolegal research, for the development of A2J research agenda. It addresses to the transformation of the Civil Litigation Research Project (CLRP) to resolve the civil legal disputes and offers solutions to address poverty and inequality.

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