Justice for all? Or justice for the privileged?
This hour, we hear how one Connecticut-based incubator is helping vulnerable residents gain access to counsel. We also examine more wide-ranging efforts to narrow the country’s “justice gap.”
Plus: Think a 20-minute commute to work is bad? Here’s a bit of perspective.
According to The New York Times, some Americans will travel two-plus hours just to get to the office.
Coming up, we take a closer look at this trend and we also hear from you. How much time are you willing to spend en route to your job?
- Timothy Fisher - Dean of the UConn School of Law
- John Pollock - Coordinator of the National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel and an attorney at the Public Justice Center
- Barbara - Former client of Connecticut Legal Services
- Bryan Miller - Longtime reporter for the New York Times, where he spent ten years as restaurant critic
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.