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Reorganisation And Resistance Legal Professions Confront a Changing World by William Felstiner

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Published by Hart Publications .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Comparative law,
  • Legal Profession,
  • Law,
  • Droit,
  • Lawyers,
  • Practice of law,
  • Pratique

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8918166M
ISBN 101841132462
ISBN 109781841132464

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Get this from a library! Reorganisation and resistance: legal professions confront a changing world. [William L F Felstiner;] -- Reorganization and Resistance analyses the ways in which the legal professions of nine countries (England, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Canada, the US, Mexico, Australia and Korea) and one. Get this from a library! Reorganisation and resistance: legal professions confront a changing world. [William L F Felstiner;] -- "The book charts the way demographic shifts have changed the work of lawyers, the way that the revenue from law practice has been re-distributed, and the extent to which barriers based on race. Employee resistance to organizational change. The Democratic Socialist Party had a different view: it argues that the need for a radical reorganisation of society has never been more urgent. In this volume, five leaders of the DSP address the question of how a campaigning activist socialist party should organise itself: what should be its principles, methods and norms of conduct.

Title Reorganisation and Resistance: Legal Professions Confront a Changing World. Binding Paperback. Book Condition Very Good. Type Paperback. Publisher Hart Publishing ISBN Number / Seller ID 'Resistance book 1', est le premier d'une BD trilogique. Le deuxième volume est paru au début de l'été Purvis met la dernière main à ce qui deviendra le 3è tome. Pour la France, la Seconde Guerre Mondiale représente un traumatisme énorme/5(14).   Reorganization and Resistance analyzes the ways in which the legal professions of nine countries (England, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Canada, the US, Mexico, Australia and Korea) and one continent (South America) have confronted the internal and external political, economic and social upheavals of the past twenty : Bloomsbury. Book review: Reorganisation and Resistance: Legal Professions Confront a Changing World? Edited by William L.F. Felstiner Article in Legal Studies 27(3) .

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