Harvard University Press has recently published Frederick Wilmot-Smith’s book, Equal Justice: Fair Legal Systems in an Unfair World.
The book considers the just structure of a legal system: what, in theory, a just justice system looks like; and how, in practice, one can be built. Lord Neuberger, the former President of the Supreme Court, writes that “Like many judges and former judges, I have long been affronted by serious gaps in access to justice. I have never come across any work which discusses the topic with anything approaching the breadth, depth, or rigor of Frederick Wilmot-Smith’s important book.”
More details can be found here, at the publisher’s website, where the book can be purchased.