Quartz


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Op-Ed

Law schools are letting down their students and society—here are three steps they can take to fix things

Gillian Hadfield
Quartz
September 20, 2017
This is bad news for students. But it is even worse news for the rest of us.

News Story

Crowdfunding for public-interest lawsuits has come to the US, just in time for Trump’s presidency

Hanna Kozlowska
Quartz
February 5, 2017
Individual contributions add up to cover legal fees, and CrowdJustice helps promote the issue online. The platform’s pitch is simple—justice should be accessible to anyone.

News Story

There’s a devastating shortage of lawyers in the US who can help the poor with eviction or child custody cases

Hanna Kozlowska
Quartz
May 12, 2016
The pitfalls of the American criminal justice system have vastly overshadowed the devastating effects on America’s poor of its civil justice counterpart.

Column

The American legal system has an Atticus Finch complex, and it’s killing the profession

Katie Rose Pryal
Quartz
March 31, 2016
We have a lopsided market in which poor people can’t afford legal fees and are thus priced out of legal help.



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