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"Access" Issues in the Supreme Court's 1992 Term

By Laurie Davison, Gill Deford, Matthew Diller, Shelley Jackson & Brian Lawlor

During its 1992 term, the Supreme Court decided a number of cases that affect low-income people's access to the federal courts, including cases concerning attorney fees, standing, and retroactive application of federal statutes. This article summarizes the decisions and gives a brief overview of the access issues that may arise in the Court's 1993 term.

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