What kinds of lawyers do lawyers like best?

Cowger, Nancy
June 1977
American Bar Association Journal;Jun77, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p787
Academic Journal
Reports on results of a survey on the views by Chicago, Illinois lawyers on prestigious lawyers. Survey by lawyers Edward O. Laumann and John P. Heinz; Linking of lawyer prestige to specialization; Assignment of the highest level of prestige to business lawyers; Consideration of pro bono work as the least prestigious; Picture of personal injury plaintiffs' lawyers and criminal defense lawyers.


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