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(p. 295) Part V Conclusion 

(p. 295) Part V Conclusion

Martin Partington

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date: 18 September 2019

This examines the transformation of the legal system over the last twenty years. It contemplates the further changes that are now in progress. It examines the political and financial pressures that have led to the need for reform and the challenges that the transformation programme must face, stressing in particular the need to ensure access to justice. It considers briefly the importance of public legal education in helping people understand their legal rights and obligations.

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