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Five Myths Linked to Access to Justice

In October 2018, HELP: MLP evaluator, James Teufel, and HELP: MLP director, Daniel Atkins, along with other colleagues, co-authored Debunking Five Myths Linked to the Narrow Perspective of Access to Justice. The article, published in Management Information Exchange Journal, discusses the current evidence-based practice of law to debunk myths related to legal services for low-income populations. The five myths are: That we live in a litigious society; Access and affordability of civil justice; Inequities in procedural justice have a minimal impact on case outcomes; The population impact of legal representation is non-quantifiable;… Read more Five Myths Linked to Access to Justice