attorneyship


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the position of attorney

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Hamilton, Discussion and Decisions: A Proposal to Replace the Myth of Self-Rule with an Attorneyship Model of Representation, 69 N.
Higman discusses the relationship between attorneyship and absenteeism and argues convincingly that managers should not be regarded as the "inevitable if unwanted progeny of absenteeism" (15).
Hamilton, Discussions and Decisions: A Proposal To Replace the Myth of Self-Rule with an Attorneyship Model of Representation, 69 N.
153) See Hamilton, supra note 20, at 558-62 (advocating the attorneyship model).
Instruction was but one form by which representation in the colonies was kept "actual," a form of attorneyship, as distinct from the virtual representation celebrated in Burke's description of Parliament as "a deliberative assembly of one nation, with one interest, that of the whole, where, not local purposes, not local prejudices ought to guide, but the general Good, resulting from the general reason of the whole.