An Early Assessment of the Civil Justice System After the Financial Crisis
The financial collapse of 2008 has had a lasting, disruptive effect on many aspects of the U.S. economy, including the civil justice system. A preliminary assessment of the impact of the financial crisis on various facets of the civil justice system identified a set of priority areas that warrant further empirical research and additional data collection.
Subjects: Law, Economics, Political Science
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