The adventures of Hastings Draper's barrister, Alan Pace provide readers with a sharper and more critical view of the legal profession and the issues of gender and class in post-war Britain in contrast with the dominant blander version than we get with the "market leader" Henry Cecil.
|Title of host publication||Law and Popular Culture|
|Subtitle of host publication||International Perspectives|
|Editors||Michael Asimow, Kathryn Brown, David Ray Papke|
|Place of Publication||Newcastle upon Tyne|
|Pages||233 - 249|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jun 2014|
- legal procedures in popular culture
- legal realism
Robson, P. (2014). The law through the eye of courtroom comedy: the light legal procedural in context. In M. Asimow, K. Brown, & D. R. Papke (Eds.), Law and Popular Culture: International Perspectives (pp. 233 - 249). Newcastle upon Tyne.