Chapter 9 Further reading

Abel, R. L., English Lawyers Between Market and State: The Politics of Professionalism (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2003)

 

Abel-Smith, B., and Stevens, R., with the assistance of Brooke, R., Lawyers and the Courts: A Sociological Study of the English Legal System 1750-1965 (London, Heinemann, 1967)

 

—— Zander, M., and Brooke, R., Legal Problems and the Citizen: A Study in Three London Boroughs (London, Heinemann Educational, 1973)

 

Blacksell, M., Economides, K., and Watkins, C., Justice Outside the City: Access to Legal Services in Rural Britain (Harlow, Longman Scientific and Technical, 1991)

 

Blom-Cooper, L., and Drewry, G., Final Appeal: A Study of the House of Lords in its Judicial Capacity (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1972)

 

—— Dickson, B., and Drewry, G. (eds), The Judicial House of Lords 1876-2009 (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2009)

 

Boon, A., Lawyers’ Ethics and Professional Responsibility (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015)

 

Cocks, R., and Cownie, F. A., Great and Noble Occupation: The History of the Society of Legal Scholars (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2009)

 

Committee on Legal Education, Report (Cmnd 4595) (London, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1971)

 

Devlin, Baron P., The Judge (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1979)

 

Dworkin, R., Political Judges and the Rule of Law (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1980)

 

Economides, K. (ed.), Ethical Challenges to Legal Education and Conduct (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 1998)

 

Galanter, M., and Pulay, T., Tournament of Lawyers: The Transformation of the Big Law Firm (Chicago, IL, Chicago University Press, 1991)

 

Genn, H., Hard Bargaining: Out of Court Settlement in Personal Injury Actions (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1987)

 

Green, S., and Leacham, K., Tax Advice in the UK: Why Things Go Wrong and the Implications for the Tax Adviser’s Profession (London, Chartered Institute of Taxation, 1997)

 

Griffiths, J. A. G., The Politics of the Judiciary (5th edn, London, Fontana, 1997)

 

Harlow, C., and Rawlings, R., Pressure Through Law (London, Routledge, 1992)

 

Hodder-Williams, R., Judges and Politics in the Contemporary Age (London, Bowerdean, 1996)

 

Joseph, M., The Conveyancing Fraud (Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1975)

 

Justice, The Judiciary: The Report of a Justice Sub-committee (Chairman of Subcommittee, Peter Webster) (London, Stevens, 1972)

 

—— The Judiciary in England and Wales: A Report by Justice (Chairman of Committee, Robert Stevens) (London, JUSTICE, 1992)

 

Lee, S., Judging Judges (London, Faber, 1989)

 

Lewis, P. S. C., Assumptions about Lawyers in Policy Statements: A Survey of Relevant Research (London, Lord Chancellor’s Department, 2000)

 

Malleson, K., The New Judiciary: The Effects of Expansion and Activism (Aldershot, Dartmouth, 1999)

 

Mansfield, M., Memoirs of a Radical Lawyer (London, Bloomsbury, 2010)

 

Maughan, C., and Webb, J., Lawyering Skills and the Legal Process (2nd edn, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005)

 

Pannick, D., Judges (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1987)

 

Paterson, A., Lawyers and the Public Good: Democracy in Action? (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011)

 

——Final Judgment, The Last Law Lords and the Supreme Court (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2013)

 

Robertson, D., Judicial Discretion in the House of Lords (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1998)

 

Sarat, A., and Scheingold, S., Cause Lawyering and Professional Responsibilities (New York, NY, Oxford University Press, 1998)

 

Sachs, A., The Strange Alchemy of Life and Law (Oxford, Oxford University Press 2009; paperback edn, 2011)

 

Shetreet, S.,  and Turenne, S Judges on Trial: A Study of the Appointment and Accountability of the English Judiciary (2nd ed) (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013)

 

Solicitors Regulation Authority, Handbook (London, Law Society Publishing, 2015)

 

Stevens, R., Law and Politics: The House of Lords as a Judicial Body, 1800-1976 (London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1979)

 

—— Law School: Legal Education in America from the 1850s to the 1980s (Chapel Hill, NC, University of North Carolina Press, c. 1983)

 

—— The English Judges: Their Role in the Changing Constitution (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2002)

 

—— The Independence of the Judiciary: The View from the Lord Chancellor’s Office (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1997)

 

Susskind, R., The End of Lawyers? Rethinking the nature of legal services (2nd edn, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2010)

 

—— Transforming the Law: Essays on Technology, Justice and the Legal Marketplace (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2003)

 

------Tomorrow’s Lawyers, An introduction to your future (2nd ed)( Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2017)

 

Twining, W., Blackstone’s Tower: The English Law School (London, Stevens & Son/Sweet & Maxwell, 1994)

 

—— Law in Context: Enlarging a Discipline (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1997)

 

Wilson, G. P. (ed.), Frontiers of Legal Scholarship: Twenty-five Years of Warwick Law School (Chichester and New York, NY, Wiley, 1995)

 

Zander, M., Lawyers and the Public Interest: A Study of Restrictive Practices (London, published for the London School of Economics and Political Science by Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1967)