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Logan Cornett, left, director of research, and Natalie Anne Knowlton, right, director of special projects, with Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System. Courtesy photos

Public trust and confidence in the American legal system is too low, as evidenced by studies and polling done over the last several decades. A new report by the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System reveals insights into how the public views court systems and processes, judges and the judiciary, and information about the legal system. Texas Lawyer spoke recently with Logan Cornett, director of research at IAALS, and Natalie Anne Knowlton, director of special projects at IAALS, about their research.

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