Traditions, symbols, and the challenges of researching the legal profession

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The English Bar sets great store by traditions and symbols. One of these, the cab rank rule, is considered above reproach. John Flood discusses from sociological and economic perspectives how the rule functions and why the Bar was unable to engage positively. 

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