Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2008

Source Publication

Alberta Law Review. Volume 45, Number 5 (2008), p. 15-27.

Abstract

External changes - in demography and economy, in the domestic and global organization of power - are transforming the knowledge base of Canada's legal profession, the relations amongst lawyers and between lawyers and their "relevant others, " and indeed the very notion oflegal professionalism. This article explores the implication of these changes for the future of the profession 's governing bodies.

French Abstract

Les changements externes - dans la démographie et l'éonomie, dans l'organisation nationale et mondiale du pouvoir - transforment la base de connaissances de la profession juridique du Canada, des relations entre avocats et entre avocats et leurs «personnes pertinentes», ainsi que de la notion proprement dite de professionnalisme juridique. Cet article explore l'implication de ces changements pour l'avenir des organismes régissant la profession.

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