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Alberta Law Review

Document Type

Working Paper

Publication Date

1995

Subjects

legal professions; professionalism; history; professional ethics

Abstract

This paper explores the mythologies contemporary lawyers generate in defence of existing professional structures. Drawing on the history of legal professions, the paper engages critically with professional apologetics, from a perspective influenced by diverse contemporary writings on legal professions including those associated with Richard Abel, Terrence Halliday, and others.

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