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For nearly two centuries, Kronman argues, the aspirations of American lawyers were shaped by their allegiance to a distinctive ideal of professional excellence. In the last generation, however, this ideal has failed, undermining the identity of lawyers as a group and making it unclear to those in the profession what it means for them personally to have chosen a life in the law.

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Genre: Law
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication Year: 1993
Length: 422
ISBN: 9780674539273
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