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Just Solutions: A Program Guide to Innovative Justice System Improvements.

American Bar Association, Mary
June 4, 2015

Source: (1994) Chicago, IL: American Bar Association

A manual originally prepared for delegates to the 1994 American Bar Association Law Day conference provides some 75 examples of programs that can be replicated around the U.S. by citizens attempting to ensure a fair and effective system of justice. Program categories include: specialized legal assistance programs, promoting equal access, alternative dispute resolution programs, crime prevention, alternative sentencing, and programs for victims, domestic violence and divorce programs, family court improvements, user-friendly courts, telephone hotlines, public outreach and education programs, school outreach and partnership programs, organizations to improve the courts, and citizen advisory committees.


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