The economics of the legal profession: a manual designed primarily for the use of state, local and junior bar associations, describing the results of the bar surveys which have been made to date; the chief proposals which have been advanced for improving the economic condition of the profession and increasing its capacity for usefulness; and the methods and forms which were used in the several surveys

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American Bar Association, 1938 - Lawyers - 230 pages
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Contents

Introduction
7
Summaries of Statistical Findings Contained
13
C Clientele and Types of Practice
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