'Killing' all the Lawyers

Curtin Jr., John J.
September 1990
ABA Journal;Sep90, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p8
Addresses the low esteem in which the U.S. law profession is held by the public. Book about lawyer books 'Skid Marks'; Lawyer-bashing among public officials; Steps for improving the public's perception of lawyers.


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