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Misplaced Traditions

Misplaced Traditions

British lawyers, colonial peoples

Edited by Rob McQueen and W Wesley Pue

CONTENTS

Misplaced Traditions is a special issue (Volume 16 No 1) of the journal Law in Context. The contents are listed below.

You can purchase a single copy of this issue through this page, or subscribe to the journal from the journal page.


CONTENTS

Misplaced Traditions: British Lawyers, Colonial Peoples
Rob McQueen and W Wesley Pue
A Convict Conservative: George Crossley and the English Legal Tradition
Bruce Kercher
Of Wigs and Gowns: A Short History of Legal and Judicial Dress in Australia
Rob McQueen
The Lawyers' Self: Sketches on Establishing a Professional Identity in South Africa 1900-1925
Martin Chanock
British Masculinities, Canadian Lawyers: Canadian Legal Education, 1900-1930
W Wesley Pue
The Legal Profession and the Transfer of Sovereignty: Hong Kong
Jill Cottrell and Yash Ghai
Context and Dominion: The Law in Independent Trinidad and Tobago
Kusha Haraksingh
   

Published October 1999
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/176pp
ISBN 9781862873216
Australian RRP $33.00
International Price $30.00
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