The authors use a variety of methodologies, including traditional legal analysis, as well as empirical and historical research. Finally, they focus on such diverse issues as the role of agencies in facilitating access to justice, the lawyer’s role as gatekeeper in agency litigation and regulatory compliance, and the unique role of the in-house lawyer, both private and public. Taken together, they open a large window on the complex work of many lawyers who are often overlooked in the legal profession’s literature.
Nancy J. Moore,
Foreword: Lawyering in the Regulatory State,
84 Fordham L. Rev. 1811
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