LAWYER AND POPULAR CULTURE: PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE: JANUARY 7-8, 1992, TARLTON LAW LIBRARY, THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW, AUSTIN, TEXAS
Item #: 8514
Published: Buffalo; Fred B. Rothman & Co.; 1993.
Subjects: LEGAL PROFESSION
Includes the following essays: Why Should Lawyers StudyPopular Culture?; The Lawyer in the History of AmericanTelevision: An Overview; Creating a Filmography; How to Finda Credible Lawyer; The Courtroom Trial as American CulturalConvention; Gilbert and Sullivan at Law; The Lawyer asDevil's Advocate; and more.
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