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Lawyers: Socio-Legal Perspectives
In collaboration with the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society is pleased to publish a workshop report examining different aspects of the interplay between law and society.
- assess the role of the corporate lawyer in the banking crisis;
- examine the sociology of the exclusive, elite world of barristers;
- frame alternative dispute resolution mechanisms for Europe;
- and investigate the legal culture in post-Communist countries.