It really is possible to deliver enough no-cost or low-cost legal problem solving services to provide equal justice. To get there, however, we need to experiment with new strategies and methods to achieve the goal, including the new skill of PIM. My hunch is that if first-year law students can prove to themselves in a clinical setting that public service lawyering can produce a multiplier effect for the greater public good, a new commitment to equal justice will emerge in the legal profession.
"Equal Justice from a New Perspective: The Need for a First-Year Clinical Course on Public Interest Mediation,"
Utah Law Review: Vol. 2006
, Article 4.
Available at: https://dc.law.utah.edu/ulr/vol2006/iss4/4