A Nation under Lawyers
Mary Ann Glendon
Harvard University Press (March 1996)
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Offering a guided tour through the maze of the late-twentieth-century legal world, in which even lawyers themselves can lose their bearings, Glendon depicts the legal profession as a system in turbulence, where a variety of beliefs and ideals are vying for dominance. 'Glendon's analysis has historical depth and ideologial subtlety.'--Publishers Weekly. 8 illustrations.
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