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Resurgent Professionalism? Partnership and Professionalism in Global Law Firms


John Flood


Griffith University Law School; University of Westminster School of Law; University College London


REDIRECTIONS IN THE STUDY OF EXPERT LABOUR, S. Ackroyd, G.D. Muzio, J.F. Chanlet, eds., Palgrave, 2007

Abstract:     
The industrialization of legal practice is leading to an increased tension between professionalism and business as varieties of the prevailing ethos in large law firms. Using historical and biographical data of law firms this tension is examined with the result that professionalism is, on the legal profession's own terms, dying out. Only in rare niche, smaller firms can residues of professionalism be located.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 25

Keywords: law firms, legal profession, history, biography, professionalism, profession

JEL Classification: J44, K33


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Date posted: December 5, 2006  

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Flood, John, Resurgent Professionalism? Partnership and Professionalism in Global Law Firms. REDIRECTIONS IN THE STUDY OF EXPERT LABOUR, S. Ackroyd, G.D. Muzio, J.F. Chanlet, eds., Palgrave, 2007. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=949565

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John A. Flood (Contact Author)
Griffith University Law School
Gold Coast Campus
Parklands Drive
Southport 4125, Queensland
Australia
HOME PAGE: http://www.griffith.edu.au/criminology-law/griffith-law-school

University of Westminster School of Law ( email )
4 Little Titchfield Street
London, England W1W 7UW
United Kingdom
HOME PAGE: http://www.westminster.ac.uk

University College London ( email )
Faculty of Laws
Endsleigh Gardens
London, England WC1H 0EG
United Kingdom
HOME PAGE: http://www.johnflood.com
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