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Research Report: Justice made to measure: NSW legal needs survey in disadvantaged areas
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Ch 9. Discussion



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Summary of results and implications


The present results demonstrate that residents of disadvantaged areas in NSW differ in the number and types of legal needs they experience, in their responses to those needs, and in the outcomes they achieve. The final chapter argues that this diversity of experience suggests the merit of a multidimensional approach to justice that allows the tailoring of legal services to the varying needs of different individuals.

  


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Coumarelos, C, Wei , Z & Zhou, AH 2006, Justice made to measure: NSW legal needs survey in disadvantaged areas, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney