In these remarks, I will speak briefly about the question of a lawyer's accountability to clients in public interest law. This is the fundamental theoretical problem confronting the public interest law movement, at least from the point of view of traditional models of adjudication.
Marshall J. Breger, Accountability and the Adjudication of the Public Interest, 8 HARV. J. L. & PUB. POL’Y 349 (1985).