This volume includes papers from the first annual Arthur Liman Colloquium, The Future of Legal Services, held at Yale Law School in the spring of 1998. There, we learned that half of the federally funded legal services offices no longer receive free of charge the national publication The Clearinghouse Review and that many staff attorneys do not have computer links to the Internet and other electronic sources. We thus are pleased to provide this collection of essays, written by lawyers (both pub lie and private), academics (both students and faculty), judges (both state and federal), and program administrators, all concerned about the system of justice for and the provision of legal services to people unable to pay attorneys directly.

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