Notable Recent Publications features the latest empirical research and data related to indigent defense. Should you have suggestions, ideas for work that should be included, or trouble accessing any of the articles featured, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org . Articles Juan F. González‐Bertomeu, " Different Ways of Losing: Public Defenders (and Private Counsel) at the Supreme Court of Argentina. " 54/2, Law and Society Review , 354-390. "Though most countries have established public defense systems to represent indigent defendants, this is far from implying their offices are in good shape. Indeed, significant variation likely exists in the systems' effectiveness, across societies and at the subnational level. Defense agencies' performance likely depends on their configuration, including their funding, their internal arrangements, and their selection and retention mechanisms. Centered on public defense in Argentina, this article compares the performance of pub
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