The Small Claims and Access to Justice Dispute Resolution: Trends and Issues

  • Paul Nejelski

Abstract

Many alternatives to the official courts are appearing in the United States to settle small claims disputes. In presenting an overview of the American experience, the author poses many fundamental questions on the policies which inform the litigation process. From this discussion, an outline of the 'ebb and flow' of reform of judicial structures arises, adding perspective to the proposals to change the small claims court
How to Cite
Nejelski, P. (1). The Small Claims and Access to Justice Dispute Resolution: Trends and Issues. Alberta Law Review, 20(2), 314. https://doi.org/10.29173/alr1815
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