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Dalhousie Law Journal. Volume 18, Number 2 (1995), p. 295-309.


Professor Arthurs argues that with the growth and diversification of knowledge, the common body of knowledge that underpins a unified profession is becoming more difficult to sustain. The desire to know, the need to know and the resources to know have divided lawyers into subprofessions, increasingly defined by the non-lawyers with whom they work and the clienteles they serve, bound together if at all-only by nostalgia and some residuum of self-interest.

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