Legal Professions: Work, Structure and Organization

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Jerry Van Hoy
JAI, 2001 - Law - 273 pages
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This collection of research articles explores important changes among legal practitioners in the US, England, Germany and Canada. It addresses many of the newest and most exciting themes in the sociology of law, including the global law firm, the dilemma of part-time employment for legal professionals, and the sociolegal construction of time.

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