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“How America did (and didn't) influence English Legal Education, circa 1870-1965.”

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“How America did (and didn't) influence English Legal Education, circa 1870-1965.”. / Sugarman, David.

The Americanization of Legal Education: Critical Histories . ed. / Susan Bartie; David Sandomierski. New York : New York University Press, 2020.

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Harvard

Sugarman, D 2020, “How America did (and didn't) influence English Legal Education, circa 1870-1965.”. in S Bartie & D Sandomierski (eds), The Americanization of Legal Education: Critical Histories . New York University Press, New York.

APA

Sugarman, D. (Accepted/In press). “How America did (and didn't) influence English Legal Education, circa 1870-1965.”. In S. Bartie, & D. Sandomierski (Eds.), The Americanization of Legal Education: Critical Histories New York University Press.

Vancouver

Sugarman D. “How America did (and didn't) influence English Legal Education, circa 1870-1965.”. In Bartie S, Sandomierski D, editors, The Americanization of Legal Education: Critical Histories . New York: New York University Press. 2020

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Sugarman, David. / “How America did (and didn't) influence English Legal Education, circa 1870-1965.”. The Americanization of Legal Education: Critical Histories . editor / Susan Bartie ; David Sandomierski. New York : New York University Press, 2020.

Bibtex

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RIS

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