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The Legal Profession: From The Revolution To The Civil War, Alfred S. Konefsky Jan 2008

The Legal Profession: From The Revolution To The Civil War, Alfred S. Konefsky

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Published as Chapter 3 in The Cambridge History of Law in America, Volume II, The Long Nineteenth Century (1789–1920), Michael Grossberg & Christopher Tomlins, eds.

The American legal profession matured and came to prominence during the century prior to the Civil War. Before the Revolution, across some 150 years, lawyers in different colonies underwent different experiences at different times. By the beginning of the eighteenth century, more lawyers were entering professional life. After the revolution and the defection by the Tory lawyers, the remaining quickly burnished their images in the glow of republican ideals while grasping new market opportunities. For ...


Remarks At Women's Conference Luncheon, Marjorie Creola Mix Sep 1999

Remarks At Women's Conference Luncheon, Marjorie Creola Mix

Buffalo Women's Law Journal

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Ahead Of Her Time: Helen Z.M. Rodgers And Cecil B. Weiner, Katharine W. Bowen Sep 1998

Ahead Of Her Time: Helen Z.M. Rodgers And Cecil B. Weiner, Katharine W. Bowen

Buffalo Women's Law Journal

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100 Years Of Women At Ub Law: A Brief History, Lisabeth Gai Sep 1998

100 Years Of Women At Ub Law: A Brief History, Lisabeth Gai

Buffalo Women's Law Journal

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