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The Convention on International Access to Justice was done in The Hague on October 25, 1980.
This was the question that the Lord Chief Justice threw out to an audience of City firm managing partners, lawyers, national presidents of local societies, workers at law centres, even a few journalists, who were present at the launch of the Access to Justice campaign.
Calling for access to justice to be included in the next round of the United NationaACAOs (UN) Development Goals, HRH said: "by excluding access to justice from the development agenda we cannot truly transform the lives of people in a qualitative way.
If implemented they would drastically reduce access to justice.
The aim was to ensure no one was excluded from access to justice through inability to pay for legal representation.
Canada) present a multidisciplinary collection of papers that consider the question of civil access to justice in Canada for middle income earners, i.
Whatcom County homeless-rights advocate Page Chance has been given the Access to Justice Advocacy Award by the Washington State Bar Association.
825 millions under Access to Justice Program in Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) and 112.