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The Ethical Implications of the Globalization of the Legal Profession: A Challenge to the Teaching of the Professional Responsibility in the Twenty-First Century

Submitted by Joe Hoffman on Tue,10/11/2009
Author(s)
Daly, Mary C.
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Publication
Fordham International Law Journal
Volume number
21
Year
1998
First page number
1239
Country
United States
Abstract
This Article accepts globalization as a defining characteristic of the world order of the late twentieth and the early twenty-first centuries and as a force majeure on the legal profession. It challenges the professional responsibility academy to explore the incipient structural transformation that are taking place on a macro level and to reconfigure the classic curriculum to acknowledge the ethical implications of the globalization of the legal profession.
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