This article centers on the legal profession's failure to meet the needs of low income groups within our society. The author advocates that lawyers have a duty to make their legal services available to all types of people having a variety of legal needs. He also contends that this duty goes beyond that presently required by the Code of Professional Responsibility. The author identifies the inadequacies in the present system of delivering legal services and suggests steps to be taken that would improve the system.
F. Raymond Marks,
A Lawyer's Duty to Take All Comers and Many Who Do Not Come,
30 U. Miami L. Rev.
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