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Lawyers, the State and the Market

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Informationen zum Autor Gerard Hanlon Professionalism is currently undergoing a process of radical change. Changes in the welfare... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

Informationen zum Autor Gerard Hanlon Klappentext Professionalism is currently undergoing a process of radical change. Changes in the welfare state and in the market place have impacted upon professional organisations forcing them to change the ways in which they perform their jobs. This book analyses these changes in relation to the legal industry and other professions such as doctors and accountants. It argues that the shift is being driven by the powerful and informed corporate client whilst it downgrades consideration for the weaker uninformed client with many casualties as a result. It highlights how this shift has become an important political issue as the different camps seek support from political parties. It suggests that the resulting contest will be one of the key political struggles of the first decade of the next century. Zusammenfassung Professionalism is currently undergoing a process of radical change. Changes in the welfare state and in the market place have impacted upon professional organisations forcing them to change the ways in which they perform their jobs. Inhaltsverzeichnis The Changing Nature of Professionalism Legal Professionals and the Market : Historic Analysis Corporate Clients and Professional Servants The Structure of Law Firms Creating Today's Lawyer Commercialised Professionalism and Class Professionalism Revisited

Autorentext

Gerard Hanlon



Klappentext

Professionalism is currently undergoing a process of radical change. Changes in the welfare state and in the market place have impacted upon professional organisations forcing them to change the ways in which they perform their jobs. This book analyses these changes in relation to the legal industry and other professions such as doctors and accountants. It argues that the shift is being driven by the powerful and informed corporate client whilst it downgrades consideration for the weaker uninformed client with many casualties as a result. It highlights how this shift has become an important political issue as the different camps seek support from political parties. It suggests that the resulting contest will be one of the key political struggles of the first decade of the next century.



Inhalt

The Changing Nature of Professionalism Legal Professionals and the Market : Historic Analysis Corporate Clients and Professional Servants The Structure of Law Firms Creating Today's Lawyer Commercialised Professionalism and Class Professionalism Revisited

Produktinformationen

Titel: Lawyers, the State and the Market
Untertitel: Professionalism Revisited
Autor:
EAN: 9780333722275
ISBN: 978-0-333-72227-5
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 214
Gewicht: g
Größe: H21mm x B224mm x T145mm
Jahr: 1998
Auflage: 1999