Beyond Monopoly: Lawyers, State Crises, and Professional Empowerment

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How do professional associations build their resources and establish authroity? What are the conditions under which professional expertise can be mobilized for political action? If professional organizations are endowed with a wealth of resources, do they use them responsibly or only for economic monopoly? What is the potential scope of professional action today? In this pathbreaking study of the legal profession, Terence Halliday raises and addresses these questions combining extensive data from the rich archives o the ...

Beyond Monopoly: Lawyers, State Crises, and Professional Empowerment 1987, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226313894

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