At the Edge of Law: Emergent and Divergent Models of Legal Professionalism

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011 - Law - 215 pages
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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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Contents

Theorizing Professional Change and Advancement
15
Marginal Students
37
Chasing Shadows or the Third Branch
63
Progressive Lawyering
87
Expert Knowledge at the Intersection
113
Collective Professional Projects Individual Models
137
Bibliography
179
Index
211
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Professor Andrew Francis is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law, Keele University. He has published widely in the area of the legal profession and legal education.

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