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How Do Lawyers Matter? Study Explores the Question for Low-Income Litigants

A study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison that was recently awarded a two-year $300,000 grant by the National Science Foundation is exploring questions confronting the legal profession in its effort to improve access to justice for low-income unrepresented civil litigants.

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Secret NY Fed Recordings Do Not Confirm Bank Regulator ‘Capture’

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ISIS Control of Oil Fields: Minimal Impact on U.S. Consumers, Global Oil Market

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Ebola Outbreak: Experts on Medical Ethics, Microbiology, Transportation and Politics Weigh in From DePaul University

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Ending Vietnam Arms Embargo Shows Intent to Contain China

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ASU Expert Available to Discuss Outcomes of UN Climate Summit, Upcoming Climate Change Talks

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Wal-Mart Checking Account Won’t Help Fix Wealth Gap

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Wash U Expert: Regulations on Tax Inversions a Move in the Right Direction

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The Power of Numbers: A Single Statistic Can Strengthen Public Support for Traffic Safety Laws

Public support for effective road safety laws, already solid, can be strengthened by a single number: a statistic that quantifies the traffic-related injury risks associated with a given law, according to a new study from the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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