Justice Talking--The right to an attorney in civil cases and self-representation
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
Three audio clips are provided by this National Public Radio program, which aired March 28, 2006. Deborah Rhode, a law professor at Stanford is interviewed on legal representation in civil cases. A report from Los Angeles on their innovative "coffee and council" program at the Legal Grind Coffee house is provided. Richard Zorza is briefly interviewed within this segment on self-representation services around the country. And legal aid proponent Daniel Greenberg engages industry advocate Martin Kaufman in a debate on providing government-funded lawyers to defendents and plaintiffs in civil actions.