Franchising Justice: The Office of Economic Opportunity Legal Services Program and Traditional Legal Aid
In June 1967 the American Bar Foundation undertook a study of utilization by the poor of legal services. The purpose of this research was to learn the extent to which low-income people availed themselves of legal service & to determine what factors affected their use of legal services. Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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2l Orientals 480 clients AID CLIENTS BV American Bar Foundation attorneys black clients CAPITA INCOME INDEX clients are represented CLIENTS CLASSIFIED Dade County differences DISTRIBUTION OF LEGAL domestic relations problems dorothy linder maddi economic level Economic Opportunity Legal educational level females found in greater free legal assistance free legal service greater proportion high school graduates High School High interviewed involving landlord-tenant law reform LEGAL AID CLIENTS legal aid offices legal aid programs Legal Aid Society Legal Services Program lems less educated Louis low-income lsp clients lsp offices mass media Miami neighborhood clients neighborhood office location nlada number of clients oeo Legal Services oeo program Office of Economic Opportunity Legal Services PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION Piogiam prob problems they brought proportion at traditional relationships report their educational San Francisco social workers Stiegler three cities traditional clients traditional legal aid TVPE OF PROGRAM types of legal types of problems