NYU Law School’s Laura K. Abel and National Asian Pacific American Bar Association executive director Tina R. Matsuoka urge the American Bar Association (ABA) to formally adopt language access standards, without which indigent limited- and non-English proficient (LEP and NEP) litigants and their dependents have no chance at a fair day in court.  READ MORE: Immigrants deserve equal access to the courts, The National Law Journal (August 1, 2011).

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