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The Enterprising Barrister

Author : Atalanta Goulandris
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What is it like working as a barrister in the 21st century? The independent Bar has transformed in the last 30 years into a commercialised, enterprising profession. Based on interviews with and observation of barristers and chambers' staff, this book identifies key changes that have taken place at the Bar and how these are reshaping and reformulating barristers' professionalism and working culture. This is the first empirical overview of the depth, scope and effects of multiple reforms that have been imposed on the profession. It explores how this once unified profession has fragmented, as the lived experiences of barristers in different practice areas have diverged. Highly specialised sets of chambers now operate like businesses, whilst others, who are dependent on legal aid funding, struggle to survive. This book offers a unique examination of different sites of change: how the chambers model has evolved, how entrepreneurial barristers market themselves, how aspirant law students prepare to enter the profession and how regulatory and procedural reforms have imposed managerial constraints on practitioners. The conclusion considers what the far-reaching changes mean for the prospects of the Bar in England and Wales.

The Enterprising Barrister

Author : Atalanta Goulandris
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What is it like working as a barrister in the 21st century? The independent Bar has transformed in the last 30 years into a commercialised, enterprising profession. Based on interviews with and observation of barristers and chambers' staff, this book identifies key changes that have taken place at the Bar and how these are reshaping and reformulating barristers' professionalism and working culture. This is the first empirical overview of the depth, scope and effects of multiple reforms that have been imposed on the profession. It explores how this once unified profession has fragmented, as the lived experiences of barristers in different practice areas have diverged. Highly specialised sets of chambers now operate like businesses, whilst others, who are dependent on legal aid funding, struggle to survive. This book offers a unique examination of different sites of change: how the chambers model has evolved, how entrepreneurial barristers market themselves, how aspirant law students prepare to enter the profession and how regulatory and procedural reforms have imposed managerial constraints on practitioners. The conclusion considers what the far-reaching changes mean for the prospects of the Bar in England and Wales.

The Legal Aid Market

Author : Wilding, Jo
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Even though legal aid is available for people seeking asylum, there is uneven access to advice across Britain. Based on empirical research, this book offers fresh thinking on what has gone wrong in the legal aid market. It presents a rare picture of the barristers, solicitors and caseworkers practising immigration law in charities and private firms. In doing so, this book examines supply and demand and illuminates what constitutes high-quality legal aid work/provision, subsequent conflicts with financial rationality and how practitioners resolve these issues. Challenging existing legal aid policy, this book presents innovative insights to ensure public service markets around the globe function well for all those involved.

The Canada Law Journal

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The Canada Law Journal

Author : James Patton
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Includes section "Book reviews."

The Newberry House Magazine

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Three Notable Stories

Author : John Douglas Sutherland Campbell Duke of Argyll
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A H M Jones and the Later Roman Empire

Author : David Morton Gwynn
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This volume offers a reassessment of the life and scholarship of A.H.M. Jones and of the impact and legacy of his great work "The Later Roman Empire 284a "602: A Social, Economic, and Administrative Survey (1964)."

The Central Law Journal

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Vols. 65-96 include "Central law journal's international law list."

The Church on British Television

Author : Marcus Harmes
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This book will be the first systematic and comprehensive text to analyze the many and contrasting appearances of the Church of England on television. It covers a range of genres and programs including crime drama, science fiction, comedy, including the specific genre of ‘ecclesiastical comedy’, zombie horror and non-fiction broadcasting. Readers interested in church and political history, popular culture, television and broadcasting history, and the social history of modern Britain will find this to be a lively and timely book. Programs that year after year sit enshrined as national favourites (for example Dad’s Army and Midsomer Murders) foreground the Church. From the Queen’s Christmas Message to royal weddings and Coronation Street, the clergy and services of England’s national church abound in television. This book offers detailed analysis of landmark examples of small screen output and raises questions relating to the storytelling strategies of program makers, the way the established Church is delineated, and the transformation over decades of congregations into audiences.

Eli s Children the Chronicles of an Unhappy Family

Author : George Manville Fenn
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Reproduction of the original: Eli’s Children, the Chronicles of an Unhappy Family by George Manville Fenn

The Life of the Right Honorable John Philpot Curran Late Master of the Rolls in Ireland

Author : William Henry Curran
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The Life of the Right Honourable John Philpot Curran late Master of the Rolls in Ireland With a portrait

Author : William Henry CURRAN
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Justice of the Peace

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Justice of the Peace and Local Government Review

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Eli s children

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Postwar British Fiction

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The Lawyer and Credit Man

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The Barristers of Toulouse in the Eighteenth Century 1740 1793

Author : Lenard Berlanstein
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To supplement his argument, Berlanstein's integrates methods from the New Social History movement.

Sayings and doings by T E Hook

Author : Theodore Edward Hook
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