By D. James Greiner In the previous post, I talked about how, if the goal of a legal aid organization’s debt collection litigation defense program is to prevent defendants from having to pay debts sued upon, then there might be a far cheaper way to go about fulfilling that goal, namely, by buying debts on the open market and forgiving them. And I concluded the last post by … [Read more...] about What’s access to justice for? Let’s get more philosophical. In a hurry. Part II
By D. James Greiner “Harry suddenly realized that the tape measure, which was measuring between his nostrils, was doing this on its own. Mr. Ollivander was flitting around the shelves, taking down boxes. ‘That will do,’ he said, and the tape measure crumpled into a heap on the floor.” --Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone I’m a statistician. My job is to measure … [Read more...] about What’s access to justice for? Let’s get more philosophical. In a hurry.