The zealous advocate in the 21st century : concepts and conflicts for the criminal defence lawyer

@inproceedings{Smith2010TheZA,
  title={The zealous advocate in the 21st century : concepts and conflicts for the criminal defence lawyer},
  author={T. J. Smith},
  year={2010}
}
The criminal defence lawyer is perhaps the most publicly identifiable and controversial figure in the criminal justice system, and is considered by many to represent the cornerstone of adversarial criminal justice. However, there is significant evidence that the context within which criminal defence lawyers operate in England and Wales is rapidly, and fundamentally, changing. Using a wide range of theoretical literature and commentary, the thesis begins by exploring theoretical constructions of… CONTINUE READING

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