Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/108371
Type: Journal article
Title: Why representation and resources and critical to access to justice in minor civil jurisdictions: the experience of advisory services in minor civil claims
Author: Castles, M.
Caruso, D.
Hewitt, A.
Citation: Court of Conscience, 2014; 2014(8):25-29
Publisher: UNSW Law Society
Issue Date: 2014
ISSN: 1839-7204
Statement of
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Margaret Castles, David Caruso, Anne Hewitt
Abstract: This article argues that appropriate involvement of the legal profession in minor civil proceedings, rather than its exclusion, will best facilitate efficient proceedings and ensure rectitude of outcome. We recommend that initiatives are implemented to: (i) ensure that legal advice is more accessible to parties; (ii) provide more targeted, matter specific advice regarding the utility, process and benefits of ADR to individuals involved in litigation; and (iii) facilitate the provision of unbundled legal advice on an ‘as needs’ basis. These recommendations partly derive from the experience of the authors in administering pro bono legal advisory clinics in the Adelaide Magistrates Court and the work of the litigation research unit within the Law School of the University of Adelaide.
Rights: Copyright not known
RMID: 0030027206
Published version: https://www.unswlawsoc.org/court-of-conscience/
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