When thinking of access to justice, one imagines that there are formal structures of obtaining resolution for a matter that is of consequence in the criminal or civil proceedings of that jurisdiction. However, there are also a host of quasi-judicial structures that are also in effect that can be considered alongside these more formal structures. To what extent corporate responsibility and the themes of accountability exist, must also consider the individualized course for seeking justice. There is an increasing number of laws, rules, and procedures that apply to these situations. Understanding that this chapter is an introduction to the remaining chapters in the book, the author does a good job to not delve too far into the topics, and instead whets the reader’s palate to better know what topics of socio-economics rights and corporate accountability structures. The injection of corporations between the more tradition power structures of central governments and their citizens is a complication that the book is indicating that there is much discussion to be had on.