At the Edge of Law: Emergent and Divergent Models of Legal Professionalism
This title presents an analysis of the changing nature of contemporary legal professionalism. The book presents a methodological approach which brings together a series of case studies built on original empirical research and focuses on those operating at the margins on the US and Canada.
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