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Titel: Revolution and the Making of the Contemporary Legal Profession: England, France, and the United States
Autor/en: Michael Burrage

ISBN: 0199282986
EAN: 9780199282982
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Sprache: Englisch.
OXFORD UNIV PR

April 2006 - gebunden - 704 Seiten

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Examining the social revolutions in France, the United States, and England during industrialization this book looks at the different ways in which social upheaval has prompted radical divergences in the organisation and regulation of the legal profession.

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1. Investigating a Fateful Encounter; Utopian Ideals and Revolutionary Practice; Two Contested and Honorific Concepts - Revolution and Profession; Why Do Professionals Behave the Way They Do?; What Have They Actually Done, or Tried To Do?; The Framework of the Investigation, the Evidence and its Presentation; 2. Ideal and Myth in the Lives of French Advocates; The Formation of a State and of a Profession; Reconsidering the 'Triumph of the Professionals'; ...And the 'Demise' of Advocates Before the Revolution; The Original Revolutionary Design: Act I; Terror and Thermidor: Act II; Napoleon's Selections, Innovations, and Synthesis: Act III; Return of the Advocates and Their Orders; Why was the Profession Destroyed?; Cycles of Constitutionalism, Repression, and Revolution; Bourbon Beginnings 1815 - 30; Orleanist Reprise 1830 - 48; Napoleanic Coda 1848 - 70; The Original Revolutionary Design Re-Enacted, Paris 1871; Marx's Nightmare and Tocqueville's Theatre; A Protracted and Reluctant Return to Normalcy; Schools, Stage, and Invisible Barriers; A Jurisdiction Defined by Incompatibilites and Plaidoiries; Alter Ego Tries to Change Advocates' Behaviour; Three Threats to Absolute Independence; An Anachronistic Sense of Humour; Myth and Irony in the Career of a Super-Profession; 3. Practitioners vs. Legislators and Professors in the United States; A Journey from Utopia Back to England - Lawyers in the Colonies; The Revolution Controlled, for the Most Part; The Massachusetts Electorate Interprets the Revolution; Other States, Other Interpretations; Removing Restrictions on Legal Practice; The Collapse of Bar Associations and the Philadelphia Exception; Elected Judges and Codes Complete Americanization; Was it Capitalism, the Frontier or the Revolution?; Three Stages of Reconstruction; What had Changed During the Interregnum?; Practitioners vs. Professors and Legislators; Practitioners Search for an Effective Form of Government; An Undependable Ally: the Judiciary; Aother Undependable Ally: the Law Schools; Explaining Unethical and Innovative Behaviour; An Asymmetrical and Ever-Expanding Jurisdiction; How a 'Body' Became a Ladder; Failure or Success? Some Clues from Philadelphia; 4. Learned Friends and Gentlemen in England - Beneficiaries of the Glorious Revolution; Confused Candidates in a Marketplace; Strange Bodies - the Inns Before the Revolution; The Trauma and the Tremor; Searching the Inns and the Courts; Explaining the Failure of the Revolutionary Movement; An Infrastructure of Absolutism is Created by Writs; ...And Destroyed by 'the Greatest Thing Done by the English Nation'; The Medieval Corporation then Advances into the Modern World; Pupillages and Articles; Hedges, Honour and Markets; Little Republics, Little Commonwealths; Spinning Webs of Mutual Restraint; Status Rivals and Allies; Industrialization, Democracy, and the Unwritten Constitution; Is Professional Power an Adequate Explanation?; Thatcher and a Turbulent Tercentenary; The Discrediting of Self-Governing Communities; 5. Comparing Professions and Societies; The Kinship of Old Regime Lawyers; Facing Common Revolutionary Aspirations; Diverging Paths into the Modern World; An Unmistakeable and Inconvenient Conclusion; An Ancien Regime Guide to French Modernity; A Slice of the American Dream; M'Learned Friends Illustrate Englishness

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