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While not touted as a universal panacea for access problems, contingency fees have received general praise as an important and justice-improving initiative. By back-loading the payment of legal fees, the assumption is that the interests of clients and litigants will be better served. I challenge that received wisdom. While the rise of contingency fee agreements between lawyers and clients has increased the number of people who can afford lawyers and make successful claims, the more challengingdoi:10.22329/wyaj.v36i0.6419 doaj:a1d15bbed2824998a11d0cb3511a808b fatcat:mfmrbbhiorc47f2jna7rumjk3a