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Lawyers, Courts, And The Rise Of The Regulatory State, R. C. B. Risk Nov 1984

Lawyers, Courts, And The Rise Of The Regulatory State, R. C. B. Risk

Dalhousie Law Journal

In 1883, when Dalhousie Law School was created, lawyers in England, the United States, and Canada stood at the edge of a watershed. Massive changes in the law began during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries - changes in doctrine, institutions, practice, and ways of thinking. I cannot imagine how I might describe these changes in one short paper, even if I understood them all. Instead, I have chosen to talk about one large strand, regulation, because it is an important feature of law in the twentieth century and because it offers an opportunity to consider some distinctive characteristics …


Brandeis, Michigan Law Review Feb 1984

Brandeis, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Brandeis by Lewis J. Paper


Final Judgment: My Life As A Soviet Defense Attorney, Michigan Law Review Feb 1984

Final Judgment: My Life As A Soviet Defense Attorney, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Final Judgment: My Life as a Soviet Defense Attorney by Dina Kaminskaya


Lawyers, Politics, And The "Lawyers' Interest": An Historical Inquiry, James W. Gordon Jan 1984

Lawyers, Politics, And The "Lawyers' Interest": An Historical Inquiry, James W. Gordon

Faculty Scholarship

The assumption that the occupational identification of "lawyer" is the salient feature in evaluating political motivation is interesting, if questionable, according to the Author. Does occupational identity overwhelm other identities? Are politically active lawyers really a homogeneous group? Are they less affected by competing identities associated with wealth, geography, familial and constituency concerns, political ideology, party considerations, or any of the myriad other sources of public and private motivation of behavior? Surely the hypothesis that politically active lawyers behave differently from nonlawyers is worth investigating. This Article offers some preliminary responses to these questions posed, which are grounded in empirical …


Babes And Barristers: Legal Ethics And Lawyer-Facilitated Independent Adoptions, Linda Jean Davie Jan 1984

Babes And Barristers: Legal Ethics And Lawyer-Facilitated Independent Adoptions, Linda Jean Davie

Hofstra Law Review

No abstract provided.


Corporate And Related Attorney-Client Privilege Claims: A Suggested Approach, Stephen A. Saltzburg Jan 1984

Corporate And Related Attorney-Client Privilege Claims: A Suggested Approach, Stephen A. Saltzburg

Hofstra Law Review

No abstract provided.


Rebuttable Presumptions And Intra-Firm Screening: The New Seventh Circuit Approach To Vicarious Disqualification Of Litigation Counsel, Craig A. Peterson Jan 1984

Rebuttable Presumptions And Intra-Firm Screening: The New Seventh Circuit Approach To Vicarious Disqualification Of Litigation Counsel, Craig A. Peterson

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Review, Mark J. Loewenstein Jan 1984

Book Review, Mark J. Loewenstein

Publications

No abstract provided.


Use And Non-Use Of Contract Law In Japan, Whitmore Gray Jan 1984

Use And Non-Use Of Contract Law In Japan, Whitmore Gray

Articles

This article first defines the scope of enquiry, then surveys some of the existing literature, and finally, presents the results of my preliminary survey interviews and questionnaire. It is my hope that it will serve as a basis form discussion leading to better definition of the problems for research in this area, and will suggest ways to proceed to gather the information necessary for more sophisticated exposition and commentary.