Pleasence, P and Balmer, NJ (2010) The Audacity of Justice: Recession, Redundancy, Rights and Legal Aid. Social Policy and Society , 9 (4) 475 - 488. 10.1017/S1474746410000205.
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The 2008 recession presents a double challenge to legal aid. Unemployment extends legal aid eligibility. It is also associated with increased vulnerability to problems involving legal rights, feeding demand for legal services. Job loss, as distinct from unemployment, might be expected to increase vulnerability further still. In this paper, we set out findings from a first analysis of the relationship between job loss and the experience of rights problems. In the context of the current recession, we set out the likely scale of the recession's impact on the incidence of rights problems and demand for legal (and legal aid) services.
|Title:||The Audacity of Justice: Recession, Redundancy, Rights and Legal Aid|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws|
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