xii, 227 pages, 2 unnumbered pages of plates : 1 illustration, portraits ; 25 cm
Delivered within the Faculty of Law of the University of Edinburgh between 1972 and 1975, and first published in the Juridical review.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Aubert, V. The changing role of law and lawyers in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Norwegian society. Ancel, M. Some recent reforms in the French legal profession. Gluckman, M. Cross-examination and the substantive law in African traditional courts. Selznick, P. Social advocacy and the legal profession in the United States. Reiss, A. J. Public prosecutors and criminal prosecution in the United States of America. Luhmann, N. The legal profession: comments on the situation in the Federal Republic of Germany. Di Federico, G. The Italian judicial profession and its bureaucratic setting. White, R. H. H. The distasteful character of litigation for poor persons. Donaldson, G. The legal profession in Scottish society in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Phillipson, N. T. Lawyers, landowners, and the civic leadership of post-union Scotland. Campbell, C. M. Lawyers and their public. Smith, T. B. Epilogue.