William B. Fisch gives a review of Barlow F. Christensen's study Lawyers for People of Moderate Means: Some Problems of Availability of Legal Services. Sponsored by the American Bar Foundation, Christensen undertakes a "modest analytical task": the identification and preliminary examination of basic issues involved in the marketing of legal services. Such an analysis would provide necessary background for planning an attack on what may be the most important problem facing the legal profession today, namely the inaccessibility of its services to the great mass of the population.

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