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  • Many solve civil justice problems on their own, rarely involving attorneys, says study

    It's not concerns about the cost that keep many people from getting help with civil justice problems, says Rebecca Sandefur, a professor of sociology and of law at Illinois, in a new report.

    It's not concerns about the cost that keep many people from getting help with civil justice problems, says Rebecca Sandefur, a professor of sociology and of law at Illinois, in a new report.

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      It's not concerns about the cost that keep many people from getting help with civil justice problems, says Rebecca Sandefur, a professor of sociology and of law at Illinois, in a new report.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • To reach Rebecca Sandefur, call 217-333-6100; email sandefur@illinois.edu.
    The report, “Accessing Justice in the Contemporary USA,” is available online.