The effect of social reform organizations on the subsequent careers of participants: a follow-up study of early participants in the OEO Legal Services Program
University of Wisconsin, 1976 - Lawyers - 44 pages
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American Sociological Association analysis business corporation CAREERS OF PARTICIPANTS Carlin CHARACTERISTICS OF PRIVATE coefficients consequences of participation control group control variables dependent variable discussed dummy variables EARLY PARTICIPANTS effects of participation Erlanger Fendrich firm former Legal Services former LSP lawyers graduation of lawyers Handler indicates indigent citizens job held Krauss Ladinsky law reform law school lawyers in private Legal Services job Legal Services lawyers Legal Services Program Less Lipset literature Martindale-Hubbell McCarthy non-law jobs OEO LEGAL SERVICES oriented pro bono oversampled paper Participation in LSP percent minority clients Percent of Former political practice index predominant job prior job private practice problem Professional radical redistribution reform oriented regression artifacts Salaried Counsel sampling ratios score self-selection SOCIAL REFORM ORGANIZATIONS solo practice status of practice student movement sub-indices subsequent careers Table tion type of client University of Wisconsin variance explained weighted to correct Wisconsin Law Review Yale Law Journal Zald