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Middle Income Access to Justice [Paperback]

M. Trebilcock , Anthony Duggan , Lorne Sossin

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Table of Contents

Foreword
The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, P.C., Chief Justice of Canada

List of Contributors

Part 1: Introduction
Michael Trebilcock (University of Toronto), Anthony Duggan (University of Toronto), and Lorne Sossin (Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School)

Part 2: Defining the Problem – What are the Unmet Legal Needs?

Chapter 1: Caught in the Middle: Income, Justiciable Problems and the Use of Lawyers
Pascoe Pleasance (University College London) and Nigel J. Balmer (University College London)

Chapter 2: The Ontario Civil Needs Project: A Comparative Analysis of the 2009 Survey Data
Jamie Baxter, Michael Trebilcock, and Albert Yoon (University of Toronto)

Part 3: “Front-End” Proactive Solutions

Chapter 3:Front-End Strategies for Improving Consumer Access to Justice
Anthony Duggan (University of Toronto) and Iain Ramsey (University of Kent)

Part 4: Non-Lawyer Forms of Assistance

Chapter 4: Opportunities and Challenges: Non-Lawyer Forms of Assistance in Providing Access to Justice for Middle-Income Earners
Russell Engler (New England Law)

Chapter 5: Middle Income Access to Civil Justice: Implications of Proposals for the Reform of Legal Aid in England and Wales
Roger Smith

Part 5: Access to Lawyers

Chapter 6: Should Legal Services be Unbundled?
Samreen Beg and Lorne Sossin

Chapter 7: Money Isn’t Everything: Understanding Moderate Income Households’ Use of Lawyers’ Services
Rebecca Sandefur (American Bar Foundation)

Chapter 8: Legal Services Plans: Crucial Time Access to Lawyers and the Case for a Public-Private Partnership
Paul Vayda (CAW Legal Services Plan) and Stephen Ginsberg (CAW Legal Services Plan)

Part 6: Reforming the Dispute Resolution Process

Chapter 9: Reforming Family Dispute Resolution in Ontario: Systemic Changes and Cultural Shifts
Nicholas Bala (Queen's University)

Chapter 10: Commentary on Bala
Justice George Czurtin (Justice of the Superior Court of Justice - Ontario)

Chapter 11: Access to Justice for Small Amount Claims in the Consumer Marketplace: Lessons from Australia
Justin Malbon (Monash University)

Chapter 12: Challenges in Small Claims Court System Design: Does One Size Fit All?
Shelley McGill (Deputy Judge of the Ontario Small Claims Court)

Part 7: Creating Change and Reform of the Justice System

Chapter 13: Growing Ontario Legal Aid into the Middle Class: A Proposal for Public Legal Expenses Insurance
Sujit Choudry (University of Toronto), Michael Trebilcock, and James Wilson

Part 8: The Options Papers

Noel Semple (York University) and Carol Rogerson (University of Toronto), Middle Income Access to Justice: Policy Options with respect to Family Law

Judith McCormack (University of Toronto) and Azim Remani (University of Toronto), Middle Income Access to Justice: Policy Options with Respect to Employment Law

Anthony Duggan, Azim Remani and Dennis Kao (Sidley Austin LLP), Middle Income Access to Justice: Policy Options with respect to Consumer and Debtor-Creditor Law

Part 9: Select Bibliography

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