Solicitors as imagined masculine, family mediators as fictive feminine and the hybridization of divorce solicitors

Webley, L. 2011. Solicitors as imagined masculine, family mediators as fictive feminine and the hybridization of divorce solicitors. in: Bartlett, F., Mortenson, R. and Tranter, K. (ed.) Alternative perspectives on lawyers and legal ethics Abingdon Routledge. pp. 132-150

Chapter titleSolicitors as imagined masculine, family mediators as fictive feminine and the hybridization of divorce solicitors
AuthorsWebley, L.
EditorsBartlett, F., Mortenson, R. and Tranter, K.
Book titleAlternative perspectives on lawyers and legal ethics
Page range132-150
Year2011
PublisherRoutledge
Publication dates
Published2011
Place of publicationAbingdon
ISBN9780415546522

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