W.A. Bogart – B.A., LL.B., LL.M.

W.A. Bogart – B.A., LL.B., LL.M.

bill_biosW.A. Bogart, B.A., LL.B. (University of Toronto), LL.M. (Harvard) is University Professor and Professor of Law, University of Windsor.  He is the author of over thirty articles dealing with the role of courts, access to justice, the impact of litigation, and empirical research on legal policy, and has lectured and delivered papers throughout North America and Europe.

Bill is University Professor and Professor of Law, University of Windsor, where he taught for several years, including a course in Access to Justice.

He has developed international knowledge and expertise in the optimal mix of regulation and health/social supports to reduce harm from risk behaviours such as smoking, excessive gambling and alcohol consumption, and poor diet and lack of physical activity related to obesity. He has been a frequent consultant to governments and other bodies in developing legal policy.

To learn more visit www.wabogart.com

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  • Ken Chasse, member LSUC (Ontario; since 1966) & LSBC (since 1978).

    A2J–unaffordable legal services–the theme missing from law journal and other formal publications–law societies are the cause of the “access to justice” problem: see:

    (1) “Access to Justice-Unaffordable Legal Services’ Concepts and Solutions,” at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2811627 (pdf download of full text from SSRN abstract);

    (2) “Access to Justice: ‘Let Them Eat Cake,’ So, Let Them Use Alternative Legal Services”; a blog article at:

    (3) “A2J: Preventing the Abolition of Law Societies by Curing the Defects in their Management Structure: A Solution to the Unaffordable Legal Services Problem” at:

    –Ken Chasse J.D., LL.M., member, LSUC (Ontario, since 1966); & LSBC (British Columbia, since 1978), Canada.

    August 30, 2016 at 7:06 pm

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