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1990 May

Implications of Emerging Substantive Issues for the Delivery System for Legal Services for the Poor

By John A. Tull

Meeting the changing substantive needs of clients in the new decade calls for adjustments in the legal services delivery system. This article examines the impact of this challenge on key aspects of program operation and analyzes the types of advocacy that will be necessary.

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Poverty Law Developments and Options for the 1990s

By Alan W. Houseman

Legal services programs face fundamental resource allocation and priority decisions as they enter the 1990s as clients will face new legal problems and a new type of practice will become necessary for effective advocacy. This article explores developments in family law, public benefits, and housing to illustrate these changes and the options they pose for local priority setting.

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