Standing to Sue in Public Interest Litigation

Robert Hutchinson
Lincoln Law Review, Vol. VII Number 1
December 1, 1971

The national conscience has begun to turn towards environmental quality, consumer protection and social justice. In order to effectively channel the expanding consciousness of the people towards matters of public concern, it is incumbent on the law and particularly the Court to readjust its thinking.

This article deals with the all-important area of expanding access to our judicial institutions and supports the development of a broader basis for standing in matters involving the general public interest.

Robert B. Hutchinson, Standing to Sue in Public Interest Litigation, 7 Lincoln L. Rev. No. 1, 40 (1971)

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