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Variations in Professionalism

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 October 2011

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Readers who look forward to a fierce debate may be in for a disappointment, as I find myself more or less in agreement with most of the points the three commentators have made about my article. I am grateful to them for the attention they have given it and for their pertinent and constructive comments.

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Copyright © the American Society for Legal History, Inc. 2003

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1. See Górecki, Piotr, “A View from a Distance,” Law and History Review 21 (2003): 367–76.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

2. See Charles M. Radding, “Legal Theory and Practice in Eleventh-Century Italy,” ibid., 377–82.

3. See Paul Brand, “The English Difference: The Application of Bureaucratic Norms within Legal Systems,” ibid., 383–87.

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