Law School students and faculty alike enjoy the opportunity to contribute to new developments for the improvement of access to justice. Too often, our traditional research is published in a law journal and is often unknown to policymakers and community organizations that make an impact on our society and the way our legal system functions. Community-based research conducted by a student with the courts, the bar, legal service providers, and volunteer providers of services is presented in a context in which it can be used by these organizations dedicated to improvement of access to justice.
Backman, James H.
"Law School, Law Students, Civic Engagement, and Community-Based Research as Resources for Improving Access to Justice in Utah,"
Utah Law Review: Vol. 2006:
4, Article 3.
Available at: https://dc.law.utah.edu/ulr/vol2006/iss4/3