Lawyers in Society: An Overview
by R. L. Abel, P. S. C. Lewis
Publisher: University of California Press 1996
Number of pages: 375
Lawyers in Society offers a concise comparative introduction to the practice of law in a number of countries: England, Germany, Japan, Venezuela, and Belgium. These essays guide readers through the differing worlds of civil and common law, law in Europe and Asia, and first and third world legal systems.
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