Lawyers and vampires : cultural histories of legal professions /

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Other Authors: Sugarman, David, Pue, W. Wesley
Format: Book
Published: Portland, Oregon : Hart, 2003
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Table of Contents:
  • Towards a cultural history of lawyers / David Sugarman and W. Wesley Pue
  • Ritual, majesty and mystery: collective life and culture among English barristers, serjeants and judges, c.1500-c.1830 / David Lemmings
  • A dry and revolting study: the life and labours of antebellum law students / Ann Fidler
  • Finland's route of professionalisation and lawyer-officials / Esa Konttinen
  • Juridicalisation, professionalisation and the occupational culture of the advocate in the nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries: a comparison of Germany, Italy and Switzerland / Hannes Siegrist
  • From 'Rechstaat' to 'Welfare state': Swedish judicial culture in transition 1870-1970 / Kjell Å. Modéer
  • The Problems of wealth and virtue: the Paris Bar and the generation of the Fin-de-Siècle / John Savage
  • Text and subtext: French lawyers' fees in the nineteenth century / Jean-Louis Halpérin
  • He would have made a wonderful solicitor: law, modernity and professionalism in Bram Stoker's Dracula / Anne McGillivray
  • The Syndicat de la Magistrature, 1968-1978: elements in the history of French white collar professional unionism / David Applebaum
  • Together we fall, divided we stand: the Victorian legal profession in crisis 1890-1940 / Rob McQueen
  • Cultural chasm: 'Mennonite' lawyers in western Canada, 1900-1939 / Harold Dick
  • Cultural projects and structural transformation in the Canadian legal profession / W. Wesley Pue