Essays from the Working Group on the Comparative Study of Legal Professions, a body within the International Sociological Association's Research Committee on the Sociology of Law.
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Reorganisation and resistance / William L.F. Felstiner The professional as policitical : English lawyers from the 1989 Green Papers through the Access to Justice Act 1999 / Richard L. Abel Fighting for survival : unification, differentiation, and representation of the French bar / Anne Boigeol and Laurent Willemez Judges and lawyers in the Netherlands : an overview from 19760 till 2000 / Fred J. Bruinsma Regulated deregulation : the case of the German legal profession / Ulrike Schultz The Australian legal profession : towards a national identity / Margaret Thornton A legal profession in transformation : the Korean experience / Dai-kwon Choi Lawyers in the late twentieth-century Latin America / Rogelio Perez-Perdomo Legal professionals aplenty, but no legal profession? Law and lawyers in contemporary Mexico / Hector Fix-Fierro and Sergio Lopez Aylloon Social mobility and hierarchical structure in Canadian law practice / Fion M. Kay and John Hagan From professional dominance to organisational dominance : professionalism, inequality, and social change among Chicago lawyers, 1975-1995 / Robert L. Nelson ... [et al.]