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Harold A. Gould , American Anthropologist  71: 538.)
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J. D. M. Derrett , ‘The Administration of Hindu Law by the British’, Comparative Studies in Society and History (1961–1962) 4: 10–52.
A. L. Wood , ‘Informal Relations in the Practice of Criminal Law’, American Journal of Sociology (1956) 62: 48–55.
Charles Morrison , ‘Social Organization at the District Courts: Colleague Relationships among Indian Lawyers’, Law and Society Review (1968) 3: 257.
Peter Rowe , ‘Indian Lawyers and Political Modernization: Observations in Four District Towns’, Law and Society Review (1968) 3: 225.
William L. Rowe , ‘The Marriage Network and Structural Change in a North Indian Community’, Southwestern Journal of Anthropology (1960) 16: 299–311;
Sylvia Vatuk , ‘Reference, Address and Fictive Kinship in Urban North India’, Ethnology (1969) 8: 255–72.
Harold A. Gould , ‘Lucknow Rickshawalas: The Social Organization of an Occupational Category’, International Journal of Comparative Sociology (1965) 6: 24–47;
Samuel Schmittener , ‘A Sketch of the Development of the Legal Profession in India’, Law and Society Review (1968) 3: 337–82;
Daniel S. Lev , ‘The Politics of Judicial Development in Indonesia’, Comparative Studies in Society and History (1965) 7: 173–99.
Gary B. Nash , ‘The Philadelphia Bench and Bar, 1800–1861’, Comparative Studies in Society and History (1965) 7: 206–7. Some twentieth-century Wall Street law firms are known as specialists in private trust practice, and partners of these firms typically have marriage ties with the wealthy Old Establishment families of their clientele. Cf. Smigel (1964: passim).
‘The Common Lawyer in Pre-Reformation England’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 5th Series (1968) 18: 145–73.