The debate about how to improve access to justice most often discusses what lawyers and court institutions can do.
There is another potential player: law libraries. In Canada, a few law libraries offer legal information services to the general public. But there does not seem to be much coordination of these efforts or much analysis of the contributions law libraries can and should be making.
South of the border, the attempt to address this question appears to have been more ambitious, though there is still a long way to go.
For example, the American Association of Law Libraries recently . . . [more]