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Author: Robert Baldwin
ISBN13: 978-0950339870
Title: Regulating Legal Services: Review Paper (LCD Research)
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Publisher: Lord Chancellor's Department (December 1997)
Pages: 110

Regulating Legal Services: Review Paper (LCD Research) by Robert Baldwin

See all articles by Robert Baldwin. London School of Economics - Law Department. This is a Wiley-Blackwell Publishing paper.

LSE Legal Studies Working Paper No. 3/2008. Number of pages: 33 Posted: 26 Feb 2008. Downloads 469 (56,191). Number of pages: 31 Posted: 06 Oct 2004. Robert Baldwin, Martin E. Cave and Kate Malleson. London School of Economics - Law Department, University of Warwick - Warwick Business School and Queen Mary University of London, School of Law. Downloads 12 (537,319). Regulating Legal Services: Time for the Big Bang? This is a Wiley-Blackwell Publishing paper.

Robert Baldwin is a Professor of Law at the LSE, where he teaches Regulation and Criminal Law. He has written numerous books and learned articles on regulation, including the most widely used academic volume on regulation in the UK: Understanding Regulation (Oxford 1999 with Martin Cave). He is a Commissioner of Appeal in the State of Guernsey's Regulatory Appeal Tribunal.

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