servanthood

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servanthood

(ˈsɜːvənthʊd) or

servantship

n
the condition of being a servant
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After black indentured servantship devolved into colonial slavery, it became clear that social justice would be a struggle for African Americans.
Protestant ministry the gift is servantship. In the rabbinate the gift
69, 71-72 (2004) (proposing a "servantship" paradigm in which class counsel are kept loyal to their clients through a bidding mechanism); Macey & Miller, supra note 2, at 106-16 (describing benefits and potential problems of auctioning the lead class counsel position); Julie Rubin, Comment, Auctioning Class Actions: Turning the Tables on Plaintiffs' Lawyers' Abuse or Stripping the Plaintiff Wizards of Their Curtain, 52 BUS.