Special advocacy: political expediency and legal roles in modern judicial systems

Nash, S. and Boon, A. 2006. Special advocacy: political expediency and legal roles in modern judicial systems. Legal Ethics. 9 (1), pp. 101-124.

TitleSpecial advocacy: political expediency and legal roles in modern judicial systems
AuthorsNash, S. and Boon, A.
JournalLegal Ethics
Journal citation9 (1), pp. 101-124
ISSN1460-728X
Year2006
Publication dates
Published2006

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