A2J Bibliography

Roderick A Macdonald, “Access to Justice and Law Reform” (1990) 10 Windsor YB Access Just 287

Roderick A Macdonald, “Access to Justice and Law Reform #2” (2001), 19 Windsor Yearbook ofAccess to Justice 317.

Mauro Cappelletti & Bryant Garth, eds., Access to Justice: A World Survey (Milan: Sitjoff and Noordhoff–Alphenaandenrijn, 1978) 

Canadian Institute for Health Research et al, “Does Your Health Depend on Your Access to Justice?” Project, online: Access to Justice and the Health of Canadians

Dean Spade, “Intersectional Resistance and Law Reform” (2013) 38:4 Signs 1031 

Trevor CW Farrow, “A New Wave of Access to Justice Reform in Canada” in Adam Dodek & Alice Woolley, eds, Canadian Legal Ethics Stories (Vancouver: UBC Press) [forthcoming]. 

Russell Engler, “Connecting Self-Representation to Civil Gideon: What Existing Data Reveal about when Counsel is Most Needed” (2010) 37 Fordham Urban LJ 37:1 

Legal Services Corporation, Documenting the Justice Gap in America: The Current Unmet Civil Legal Needs of Low-Income Americans (Washington, DC: Legal Services Corporation, 2009) 

Julie Macfarlane & Michaela Keet, “Civil Justice Reform and Mandatory Civil Mediation in Saskatchewan: Lessons from a Maturing Program” (2005) 42:3 Alta L Rev 677. 

Hazel Genn et al, Paths to Justice: What People do and Think About Going to Law (Oxford, UK: Hart, 1999) 

Ab Currie, “A National Survey of the Civil Justice Problems of Low- and ModerateIncome Canadians: Incidence and Patterns” (2006) 13:3 Int’l J Legal Prof 217. 

Pascoe Pleasence et al, Causes of Action: Civil Law and Social Justice (Norwich, UK: Legal Services Commission, 2004) 

Pascoe Pleasence et al, “Multiple Justiciable Problems: Common Clusters and their Social and Demographic Indicators” (2004) 1:2 J Empirical Legal Stud 301 

Nigel J Balmer, “Social Exclusion and Civil Law: Experience of Civil Justice Problems among Vulnerable Groups” (2005) 39:3 Soc Pol’y Admin 302 

Hon Thomas A Cromwell, “Access to Justice: Towards a Collaborative and Strategic Approach” (2012) 63:1 UNBLJ 38 

Ab Currie, The Legal Problems of Everyday Life: The Nature, Extent and Consequences of Justiciable Problems Experienced by Canadians (Ottawa: Department of Justice Canada, 2007) 

Lucie White, “Goldberg v. Kelly on the Paradox of Lawyering for the Poor” (1990) 56 Brook. L. Rev. 861

Lucie White, “To Learn and Teach: Lessons from Driefontein on Lawyering and Power” (1988) Wis. L. Rev. 699 

Gaylene Schellenberg, “Access to Justice in Canada: CBA Strategies to Make it Happen” (2006) at 5, online: Canadian Bar Association http://www.cba.org/CBA/Advocacy/pdf/ legalaid_paper.pdf.  

Jeremy Perelman, “The Way Ahead? Access-toJustice, Public Interest Lawyering, and the Right to Legal Aid in South Africa: The Nkuzi Case” (2005), 41 Stan. J. Int’l L. 357. 

Ontario Legal Aid Review, Report of the Ontario Legal Aid Review: A Blueprint for Publicly Funded Legal Services (1997), c. 13, online: Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario http://www.attorneygeneral.jus.gov.on.ca/ english/about/pubs/olar/ch13.asp. 

Bhabha, Faisal, Institutionalizing Access-to-Justice: Judicial, Legislative and Grassroots Dimensions (2007). Queen’s Law Journal, Vol. 33, p. 139, 2007. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1912520 

Julia Bass, WA Bogart & Frederick Zemans, eds, Access to Justice for a New Century: The Way Forward (Toronto: Law Society of Upper Canada, 2005).​ 

David Gourlay, “Access or Excess: Interim Costs in Okanagan” (2005) 63 U.T. Fac. L. Rev. 111. 

William E. Conklin, “Whither Justice? The Common Problematic of Five Models of Access-to-justice” (2001) 19 Windsor Y.B. Access Just. 297 

Brian Etherington, “Promises, Promises: Notes on Diversity and Access to Justice” (2000) 26 Queen’s L.J. 43. 

Janet Mosher “Lessons in Access to Justice: Racialized Youths in Ontario’s Safe Schools” (2008) 46:4 Osgoode Hall L Rev 807.

Trevor CW Farrow, Civil Justice, Privatization, and Democracy (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014). 

Trevor CW Farrow, “Sustainable Professionalism” (2008) 46:1 Osgoode Hall LJ 51.

Trevor CW Farrow, “Dispute Resolution, Access to Civil Justice and Legal Education” (2005) 42:3 Alta L Rev 741. 

George C Pavlich, Justice Fragmented: Mediating Community Disputes under Postmodern Conditions (New York: Routledge, 1996). 

Roderick A Macdonald, “Whose Access? Which Justice?” (1992) 7:1 CJLS 175; 

 Allan C Hutchinson, ed, Access to Civil Justice (Toronto: Carswell, 1990); 

Michael Trebilcock, Anthony Duggan & Lorne Sossin, eds, Middle Income Access to Justice (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012). 

Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters (materials for the Action Committee, including its four working group reports and its final report, can be found on the website of the Canadian Forum on Civil Justice, online: ); 

Canadian Bar Association Access to Justice Committee Final Report, Reaching Equal Justice: An Invitation to Envision and Act (Ottawa: Canadian Bar Association, November 2013) [CBA, Reaching Equal Justice]; 

Law Commission of Ontario Final Report, Increasing Access to Family Justice Through Comprehensive Entry Points and Inclusivity (Toronto: Law Commission of Ontario, February 2013);

 Julie Macfarlane, The National Self-Represented Litigants Project: Identifying and Meeting the Needs of Self-Represented Litigants, Final Report (Windsor: National Self Represented Litigants Project, Faculty of Law, University of Windsor, 2013)

Trevor CW Farrow et al, Addressing the Needs of Self-Represented Litigants in the Canadian Justice System: A White Paper Prepared for the Association of Canadian Court Administrators (Toronto: Association of Canadian Court Administrators, March 2012) 

 Mary Stratton, “Alberta Legal Services Mapping Project: An Overview of Findings from Eleven Judicial Districts” (Toronto: Canadian Forum on Civil Justice, 2011); 

Jim Cresswell & Mary Stratton, “The Civil Justice System and the Public Project: Family Court, Coast to Coast” (Edmonton: Canadian Forum on Civil Justice, 2008). 

Chris Tollefson, “Costs and the Public Interest Litigant: Okanagan Indian Bands and Beyond” (2006) Can. J. Admin. L. & Prac. 39.

Chris Tollefson, Darlene Gilliland & Jerry DeMarco, “Towards a Costs Jurisprudence in Public Interest Litigation” (2004) 83 Can. Bar Rev. No. 2 473. 

Ontario Civil Legal Needs Project Steering Committee, Listening to Ontarians (Toronto: Ontario Civil Legal Needs Project Steering Committee, 2010); 

Jamie Baxter & Albert Yoon, The Geography of Civil Legal Services in Ontario (Toronto: Ontario Civil Legal Needs Project Steering Committee, 2011).

Linda Neilson, “Partner Abuse, Children and Statutory Change: Cautionary Comments on Women’s Access to Justice” (2000) 18 Windsor YB Access Just 115 

Judith Lewis Herman, “Justice From the Victim’s Perspective” (2005) 11:5 Violence Against Women 571 at 581. 

Andrea Vollum, Court-Related Abuse and Harassment: Leaving an abuser can be harder than staying (Vancouver: Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), 2010), online: YWCA Metro Vancouver . 

Sarah Rogerson, “Lack of Detained Parents’ Access to the Family Justice System and the Unjust Severance of the Parent-Child Relationship” (2013) Fam LQ 141. 

Needs Assessment and Gap Analysis for Abused Women Unrepresented in the Family Law System: Final Report and Recommendations (Toronto: Queen’s Printer for Luke’s Place Support and Resource Centre, 2008)