Rehnquist decries `profit margin' in law

June 1996
New Hampshire Business Review;6/07/96, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p20
Criticizes the effect of the profit motive on the practice of law in the United States. Legal practice as a business; Practice of choosing clients by law large law firms; Cost of hiring the services of law firms; Basis of relationship between law firms and their clients.


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