The courts case selection decisions gave legal services program clients access to the supreme courts policy making agenda through the lsp the poor were enfranchised in the judicial development of national policy from the perspective of democratic theory access to the policy making forum was crucial from the perspective of the poor clients prevailing in that forum was crucial and . In her analysis of cases sponsored by the legal services program lsp before the supreme court during the 1966 through 1974 terms she explores the effect of this agency in creating a voice for the poor in the judicial policy making process the courts response to cases presented by the lsp as exemplified in its decisions to invalidate residency requirements for welfare recipients shapiro . Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Get this from a library the poor in court the legal services program and supreme court decision making susan e lawrence focusing on the supreme court as an integral part of the policy making process susan lawrence examines how a change in who has access to the court and the nature of the institutions that structure . By susan e lawrence data of the paperback book poor in court the legal the the poor in court the legal services program and supreme court decision making princeton legacy library by susan e lawrence paperback details united states isbn 978 0 691 60869 3 isbn 10 0 691 60869 5 princeton university press 2014
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