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Reorganization and Resistance : Legal Professions Confront a Changing World

Label
Reorganization and Resistance : Legal Professions Confront a Changing World
Title
Reorganization and Resistance
Title remainder
Legal Professions Confront a Changing World
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Felstiner, William
Dewey number
340.023
LC call number
K115 -- .R46 2005eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Lawyers
  • Practice of law
Label
Reorganization and Resistance : Legal Professions Confront a Changing World
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Title verso -- List of Contributors -- Contents -- 1. Reorganisation and Resistance -- Introduction -- Reference -- 2. The Professional as Political: English Lawyers from the 1989 Green Papers Through the Access to Justice Act 1999 -- What Kind of Revolution? -- Can the Profession Still Halt the Tide? -- Reflecting Society -- Defending the Temple -- Repelling the Barbarians -- Controlling Costs -- Ending Legal Aid as We Know It -- Self-Regulators Serving Two Masters -- Ungovernable Professions? -- Conclusion -- 3. Fighting for Survival: Unification, Differentiation and Representation of the French Bar -- 1. The High Price of an Unfinished Unification -- 1.1 The First Step to Unification: the 1971 Law -- 1.2 The Second Step to Unification: the 1990 Law -- 2. A Segmented Profession: Old and New Divisions -- 2.1. The Geographical Gap: the Domination of the Paris Bar -- 2.2 The Unequal Rise of Women -- 2.3 An Increasing Fragmentation through Clienteles and Specialities -- 2.4. The World Bar in the French Bar -- 3. Representing the Avocats: the Rules of a Profession -- 3.1. The Weight of the State -- 3.2. Representing the Bar: a Multiplicity of Organisations -- References -- 4. Judges and Lawyers in the Netherlands-An Overview from 1970 til 2000 -- Summary -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Secondary Socialisation in Law Faculties -- 1.2 The Dutch Law Machine Compared -- 2. The Court System and the Judiciary -- 2.1 A 'Bourgeois' Judiciary -- 2.2 The Subordinate Position of the Prosecution Services -- 2.3 Judges in the Supreme Court -- 2.4 The Hybrid Construction of the Council of State -- 3. Practising Lawyers -- 3.1 Overview -- 3.2 Attorneys at Law -- 3.3 Notaries -- 3.4 Other Regulatory Reforms -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- 5. Regulated Deregulation: The Case of the German Legal Profession -- 1. A Cause for Change
  • 2. German Anwälte in the German System of Justice -- 3. Elements of Regulation -- 4. Change in Professional and Ethical Rules -- 5. The Profession Today -- 6. The Future: Demands for Further Deregulation in the EU -- 7. Interim Balance: Modest Adaptation to the Market -- References -- 6. The Australian Legal Profession: Towards a National Identity -- Introduction: The Conundrum of Modernisation -- Mapping Legal Practice -- Demographic Profile of the Profession -- Practising Trends -- Legal Education -- Conclusion -- References -- 7. A Legal Profession in Transformation: The Korean Experience -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Present State of Legal Profession in Korea -- 3. Transformation of the Legal Profession in the Last Few Decades -- 4. Democratisation and the Legal Profession -- 5. Legal Education, the Bar and the Judiciary at the Crossroads -- 6. Concluding Remarks -- 8. Lawyers in Late Twentieth-Century Latin America -- The Selection of Lawyers: the Law School -- The Lawyers -- Changes in the Legal Culture and the Lawyers -- References -- 9. Legal Professionals Aplenty, But No Legal Profession? Law and Lawyers in Contemporary Mexico -- Introduction -- The Legal Profession -- The Legal Profession in Mexico: One, Many, or None? -- References -- 10. Social Mobility and Hierarchical Structure in Canadian Law Practice -- Introduction -- Power and Hierarchy in Law Practice -- Shifting Demographics: The Influx of Women into Law -- Class, Gender, and Legal Practice -- Studying Power and Class among Canadian Lawyers -- Building a Typology of Power -- Individual Mobility Routes to Power and Privilege -- Conclusions -- References -- 11. From Professional Dominance to Organisational Dominance: Profesionalism, Inequality, and Social Change Among Chicago Lawyers, 1975 -1955 -- From Professional Dominance to Organisational Dominance
  • Lawyer Professionalism from an Organisational Perspective -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1772540
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (368 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781847310538
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1772540
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1772540
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10276341
  • (OCoLC)476005436
Label
Reorganization and Resistance : Legal Professions Confront a Changing World
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Title verso -- List of Contributors -- Contents -- 1. Reorganisation and Resistance -- Introduction -- Reference -- 2. The Professional as Political: English Lawyers from the 1989 Green Papers Through the Access to Justice Act 1999 -- What Kind of Revolution? -- Can the Profession Still Halt the Tide? -- Reflecting Society -- Defending the Temple -- Repelling the Barbarians -- Controlling Costs -- Ending Legal Aid as We Know It -- Self-Regulators Serving Two Masters -- Ungovernable Professions? -- Conclusion -- 3. Fighting for Survival: Unification, Differentiation and Representation of the French Bar -- 1. The High Price of an Unfinished Unification -- 1.1 The First Step to Unification: the 1971 Law -- 1.2 The Second Step to Unification: the 1990 Law -- 2. A Segmented Profession: Old and New Divisions -- 2.1. The Geographical Gap: the Domination of the Paris Bar -- 2.2 The Unequal Rise of Women -- 2.3 An Increasing Fragmentation through Clienteles and Specialities -- 2.4. The World Bar in the French Bar -- 3. Representing the Avocats: the Rules of a Profession -- 3.1. The Weight of the State -- 3.2. Representing the Bar: a Multiplicity of Organisations -- References -- 4. Judges and Lawyers in the Netherlands-An Overview from 1970 til 2000 -- Summary -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Secondary Socialisation in Law Faculties -- 1.2 The Dutch Law Machine Compared -- 2. The Court System and the Judiciary -- 2.1 A 'Bourgeois' Judiciary -- 2.2 The Subordinate Position of the Prosecution Services -- 2.3 Judges in the Supreme Court -- 2.4 The Hybrid Construction of the Council of State -- 3. Practising Lawyers -- 3.1 Overview -- 3.2 Attorneys at Law -- 3.3 Notaries -- 3.4 Other Regulatory Reforms -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- 5. Regulated Deregulation: The Case of the German Legal Profession -- 1. A Cause for Change
  • 2. German Anwälte in the German System of Justice -- 3. Elements of Regulation -- 4. Change in Professional and Ethical Rules -- 5. The Profession Today -- 6. The Future: Demands for Further Deregulation in the EU -- 7. Interim Balance: Modest Adaptation to the Market -- References -- 6. The Australian Legal Profession: Towards a National Identity -- Introduction: The Conundrum of Modernisation -- Mapping Legal Practice -- Demographic Profile of the Profession -- Practising Trends -- Legal Education -- Conclusion -- References -- 7. A Legal Profession in Transformation: The Korean Experience -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Present State of Legal Profession in Korea -- 3. Transformation of the Legal Profession in the Last Few Decades -- 4. Democratisation and the Legal Profession -- 5. Legal Education, the Bar and the Judiciary at the Crossroads -- 6. Concluding Remarks -- 8. Lawyers in Late Twentieth-Century Latin America -- The Selection of Lawyers: the Law School -- The Lawyers -- Changes in the Legal Culture and the Lawyers -- References -- 9. Legal Professionals Aplenty, But No Legal Profession? Law and Lawyers in Contemporary Mexico -- Introduction -- The Legal Profession -- The Legal Profession in Mexico: One, Many, or None? -- References -- 10. Social Mobility and Hierarchical Structure in Canadian Law Practice -- Introduction -- Power and Hierarchy in Law Practice -- Shifting Demographics: The Influx of Women into Law -- Class, Gender, and Legal Practice -- Studying Power and Class among Canadian Lawyers -- Building a Typology of Power -- Individual Mobility Routes to Power and Privilege -- Conclusions -- References -- 11. From Professional Dominance to Organisational Dominance: Profesionalism, Inequality, and Social Change Among Chicago Lawyers, 1975 -1955 -- From Professional Dominance to Organisational Dominance
  • Lawyer Professionalism from an Organisational Perspective -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1772540
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (368 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781847310538
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1772540
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1772540
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10276341
  • (OCoLC)476005436

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