Professor John Flood studied law and sociology in both the UK and the US and teaches in both countries. He has held a number of research positions and visiting professorships in Europe and the US. He is one of the founders of the Centre for Legal Profession and Legal Services Studies.
This is a selection of publications, more can be found on WestminsterResearch, our online research repository.
Flood, John (2013) What do lawyers do? An ethnography of a large law firm. Quid Pro, New Orleans. ISBN 9781610271615
Flood, John (2012) Transnational lawyering: clients, ethics and regulation. In: Lawyers in practice: ethical decision making in context. University of Chicago Press, pp. 176-196. ISBN 9780226475165
Muzio, Daniel and Flood, John (2012) Entrepreneurship, managerialism and professionalism in action: the case of the legal profession in England and Wales. In: Handbook of research on entrepreneurship in professional services. Edward Elgar, pp. 369-386. ISBN 9781848446267
Flood, John and Lederer, Peter D. (2012) Becoming a cosmopolitan lawyer. Fordham Law Review, 80 (6). pp. 2523-2539. ISSN 0015-704X
Flood, John (2011) The re-landscaping of the legal profession: large law firms and professional re-regulation. Current Sociology, 59 (4). pp. 507-529. ISSN 0011-3921
Flood, John (2011) Legal education in the global context: challenges from globalization, technology and changes in government regulation. Technical Report. Legal Services Board.
Flood, John and Whyte, Avis (2009) Straight there, no detours: direct access to barristers. International Journal of the Legal Profession, 16 (2&3). pp. 131-152. ISSN 0969-5958
Flood, John (2009) Structuring transactions: the case of real estate finance. In: Contractual certainty in international trade : empirical studies and theoretical debates on institutional support for global economic exchanges. Oñati international series in law and society . Hart Publishing, Oxford ; Portland, pp. 157-171. ISBN 9781841138435
Flood, John (2009) Clementi, crisis and careers. In: Reconceptualising the Professions: Professions and professionalism in the 21st century: meanings, challenges and prospects, 06 Jan 2009, Lancaster University. (Unpublished)
Flood, John (2008) Will there Be fallout from Clementi? The global repercussions for the legal profession after the UK Legal Services Act 2007. Discussion Paper. Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series Vol. 8 No. 6. (Unpublished)
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