Now showing items 1-5 of 5
Falling in love with litigation: The difficulties of reconstructing China's legal system.
(Law Faculty, Monash University, Clayton, Vic, 2003)
China has undertaken a program of widespread legal reform since the end of the Cultural Revolution in the late 1970s. From the chaos and lawlessness of that period China has in the space of a quarter of a century ...
Lawyers, lawyers and more lawyers: Can the profession cope with the growing numbers of law graduates?
(Legal Service Bulletin Co-operative, Law Faculty, Monash University, 1996)
We are often reminded of the startling fact that there are more students currently studying to be lawyers in Australia than there are lawyers practicing law. And the expansion of law schools over the past 10 years means ...
Whatever happened to Legal Expense Insurance? Recent successes and failures of legal insurance schemes in Australia and overseas
(Law Faculty, Monash University, Clayton, Vic, 2001)
Legal Expense Insurance (LEI) is one of the ‘access to justice’ mechanisms that was considered in many societies in the 1980s and 1990s. Governments, legal professions and legal reformers in rich western societies ...
How and Why is Pro Bono Flourishing? A Comparison of Recent Developments in Sweden and China.
(Federation Press, 2001)
The pro bono activity of the private legal profession in a given society can best be understood as part of a partnership between the profession and government. The purpose of that partnership is for the profession, together ...
Rolls Royce or Rundown 1970s Kingswood? Australia's legal aid in comparative perspective.
(Law Faculty, Monash University, Clayton, Vic, 1997)
The Commonwealth Attorney-General, Daryl Williams’ comment earlier this year that Australia’s legal aid was a ‘Rolls Royce’ scheme was surprisingly ill informed and created an unfortunate perception that legal aid ...