LAWYER, THE PUBLIC AND PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
Item #: 8525
Pages: vi, 305 pp.
Published: Chicago; American Bar Foundation; 1972.
Series: AMERICAN BAR FOUNDATION PUBLICATIONS
Subjects: LEGAL PROFESSION
Explores extent to which lawyers can serve both economicself-interest and public interest and remain professionalsin the classic sense. Discusses what the profession must doto justify maintenance of its monopoly over the practice oflaw.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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