Are CLCs finished? SKU17048

Simon Rice

Community legal centres have a justifiable sense that they were once a radical alternative to conventional lawyering, but that role is no more, and CLCs are now reformers within established legal structures. In this sense they are finished. The radical political theory of Thomas Mathiesen both explains what has happened to CLCs independence, and shows how things could be different in future if CLCs were to avoid making the choices that the state demands of them.

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Simon Rice
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