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Raising the bar : the emerging legal profession in East Asia / edited, with an introduction, by William P. Alford ; with the assistance of Emma Johnson, Geraldine Chin, and Laura A. Cecere

Publisher Cambridge, Mass. : East Asian Legal Studies, Harvard Law School
Year 2007
Codes ID=2001418984 NCID=BA82464288

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Language English
Size xi, 436 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Contents The education and training of the legal profession In Korea : problems and prospects for reform / Sang-Hyun Song
Legal profession and legal culture during Korea's transition to democracy and a market economy / Jae Won Kim
International strategies and local transformations : preliminary observations of the position of law in the field of state power in Asia : South Korea / Yves Dezalay and Bryant G. Garth
The politics of judicial reform in Japan : the rule of law at last? / Setsuo Miyazawa
The turn toward law : the emergence of corporate law firms in contemporary Japan / Ryo Hamano
Globalization of Japanese corporations and the developmetn of corporate legal departments : problems and prospects / Toshimitsu Kitagawa and Luke Nottage
Of lawyers lost and found : searching for legal professionalism in the people's Republic of China / William P. Alford
Lawyers, legal aid, and legitimacy in China / Benjamin L. Liebman
The role of lawyers in Taiwan's emerging democracy / Jane kaufman Winn
A tale of two legal professions : lawyers and state in Malaysia and Indonesia / Daniel S. Lev
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index
Authors Alford, William P.
Johnson, Emma
Chin, Geraldine
Cecere, Laura A.
Subjects LCSH:Lawyers -- East Asia  All Subject Search
LCSH:Lawyers -- Southeast Asia  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:KNC50
Vol : pbk ; ISBN:9780674014527 ; XISBN:0674014529

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9780674014527 2007

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