FN1 However, recently, Fordham University School of Law, for example, held a Conference on the Delivery of Legal Services to Low-Income Persons: Professional and Ethical Issues (67 Fordham L. Rev. 1713-2791 ) that examined this and related issues at length.
FN2 John McKay, “Federally Funded Legal Services: A New Vision of Equal Justice Under Law,” 68 Tenn. L. Rev. 101, 112 (2000).
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