Chapter 10 Further reading

Davis, G., Donkor, K., and Morgan, R., Ethnic Minorities’ Legal Needs and Perceptions of Legal Services: Report of a Pilot Investigation for the Law Society (London, The Law Society, 1993)

 

Department for Constitutional Affairs and the Law Centres Federation, Legal and Advice Services: A Pathway to Regeneration (London, Department for Constitutional Affairs, 2004)

 

Genn, H., Paths to Justice (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 1999)

 

Goriely, T., and Das Gupta, P. (with Bowles, R.), Breaking the Code: The Impact of Legal Aid Reforms on General Civil Litigation (London, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 2001)

 

—— Moorhead, R., and Abrams, P., More Civil Justice? The Impact of the Woolf Reforms on Pre-action Behaviour (Research Study 43) (London, Law Society (and the Civil Justice Council), 2002)

 

Kempson, E., Legal Advice and Assistance (London, Policy Studies Institute, 1989)

 

Legal Action Group, A Strategy for Justice: Publicly Funded Legal Services in the 1990s (London, Legal Action Group, 1992)

 

Legal Services Commission, Making Legal Rights a Reality (London, Legal Services Commission, 2005)

 

Legal Services Research Centre, Causes of Action: civil law and social justice. The final report of the first LSRC survey of justiciable problems (2nd edn, London, Legal Services Commission, 2006)

 

Ling, V., and Pugh, S., Making Legal Aid Work: A Handbook for Practitioners (London, Legal Action Group, 2009)

 

Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Legal Education and Conduct, Setting Standards for Community Legal Services (London, Lord Chancellor’s Department, 1999)

 

Palmer, E. and others (eds) Access to Justice: Beyond the Policies and Politics of Austerity (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2016)

 

Pirozzolo, R., Litigation Funding Handbook (London, The Law Society, 2014)

 

Regan, F., and others, The Transformation of Legal Aid: Comparative and Historical Studies (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1999)

 

Smith, R., and Paterson, A., Face to Face Legal Services and their Alternatives (Centre for Professional Legal Studies, Strathclyde University, 2014)

 

Steele, J., and Seargeant, J., Access to Legal Services: The Contribution of Alternative Approaches (London, Policy Studies Institute, 1999)