No. 2 (1998)
Table of Contents
Green Forms and Legal Aid Offices: A History of Publicly Funded Legal Services in Britain and the United StatesJoan Mahoney
The Demise of Law Reform and the Triumph of Legal Aid: Congress and the Legal Services Corporation from the 1960’s to the 1990’sWilliam P. Quigley
Necessary Legends: The National Equal Justice Library and the Importance of Poverty Lawyers’ HistoryMarie A. Failinger
Almost the Last Word on Legal Services: Congress can do Pretty Much What it LikesJames D. Lorenz Jr.
The Legal Services Program: Unaccountable, Political, Anti-Poor, Beyond Reform and UnnecessaryKenneth F. Boehm
Legal Aid to the Poor: What the National Delivery System Has and Has Not Been DoingMichael Givel
Death of a Superior Intellectual Property Law SystemJames J. Barta Jr.
Kansas v. Hendrick: Mustn’t Our Shepherds Protect Even the Wolves?Jon A. Bierman
Can’t We All Just Get Along? Competing for Client Confidences: The Integration of the Accounting and Legal ProfessionsGreg Billhartz
The Constitutionality of Federal Preemption of State Taxation of Internet TransactionsCharles P. Gray Jr.
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