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Rebecca Love Kourlis
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Rebuilding Justice: Civil Courts in Jeopardy and Why You Should Care

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"We are blessed with many excellent judges and court staff . . . but they and all the rest of us have an obligation to work hard to improve the system so that it is both impartial and accountable."--From the foreword by Sandra Day O'Connor

Over the past several decades, the civil justice process has become alarmingly expensive, politicized, and lengthy. Though the court sys
ebook, 287 pages
Published September 27th 2011 by Fulcrum Group
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As someone who spent time representing low income clients during law school, I’ve always been a little (ok, more than a little) skeptical of who the “justice system” was set up to work for. I’ve been perceived by judges and court administrators as both a client and an attorney, and the difference in treatment I received in each of those roles was startling. When I read a synopsis of Rebuilding Justice: Civil Courts in Jeopardy and Why You Should Care, I knew I had to get my hands on a copy. When ...more
An interesting discussion of the US Justice system from an insider.
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