This Essay concerns laws and doctrines, some very recent, that undermine the capacity of progressive public-interest lawyers to bring cases. It asks a simple-sounding question: how just is the adversary system if one side is not adequately represented in it? And it defends a simple-sounding answer: It is not just at all. As we shall see, however, neither the question nor the answer is quite as simple as it sounds.
91 Cal. L. Rev. 209-246 (2003)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Luban, David, "Taking Out the Adversary: The Assault on Progressive Public Interest Lawyers" (2003). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 150.