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Regulating a reluctant profession: Holding solicitors to account (2008)
Journal Article
Chandler, R. A., Chandler, R., & Fry, N. (2008). Regulating a reluctant profession: Holding solicitors to account. Accounting Forum, 32(4), 303-312. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.accfor.2008.07.002

Solicitors are often placed in a position of trust where they hold money on behalf of their clients. Instances of the misuse of clients' money have been a recurring feature in the history of the legal profession in England and Wales. Yet the legal es... Read More about Regulating a reluctant profession: Holding solicitors to account.

Accounting students' perceptions of a virtual learning environment: Springboard or safety net? (2006)
Journal Article
Love, N., & Fry, N. (2006). Accounting students' perceptions of a virtual learning environment: Springboard or safety net?. Accounting Education, 15(2), 151-166. https://doi.org/10.1080/06939280600609201

This research study elicits students' perceptions of the extent to which a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) supports, or indeed enhances, their learning experiences. A phenomenographic research study was conducted among first year, undergraduate ac... Read More about Accounting students' perceptions of a virtual learning environment: Springboard or safety net?.

Audit failure, litigation, and insurance in early twentieth century Britain (2005)
Journal Article
Chandler, R. A., Chandler, R., & Fry, N. (2005). Audit failure, litigation, and insurance in early twentieth century Britain. Accounting History, 10(3), 13-38. https://doi.org/10.1177/103237320501000302

The relationships between audit failure, judicial fault-finding and the availability of professional indemnity insurance have been debated by legal and accounting writers in both academic and professional circles. This paper adds an historical perspe... Read More about Audit failure, litigation, and insurance in early twentieth century Britain.