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How Should We Theorize Class Interests In Thinking About Professional Regulation: The Early Naacp As A Case Example, Susan Carle
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INTRODUCTIONThe Editors of the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy have specifically requested that I address in this essay some research I finished quite a while ago, but to which I hope to return in the near future, concerning the history of the first national legal committee of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). (1) Therefore, I plan to raise a big picture question left unanswered by that earlier research here: how should we understand lawyers' class interests in relation to their involvement in the development of legal ethics rules concerning public interest law practice ...
How Should We Theorize Class Interests In Thinking About Professional Regulation: The Early Naacp As A Case Example, Susan D. Carle
Susan D. Carle