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Conclusion
The internationalisation of legal education: The future practice of law
  • Mary Hiscock, Bond University
  • William van Caenegem, Bond University
Date of this Version
1-1-2015
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Book Chapter
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Hiscock, M., & Van Caenegem, W. (2014). Conclusion. In W. Van Caenegem, & M. Hiscock (Eds.), The internationalisation of legal education: The future practice of law (pp. 287-293). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.

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© Copyright, William Van Caenegem and Mary Hiscock, 2014

2014 HERDC submission

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9781783474530
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Abstract

Extract: there are widely held views accepting the importance of the change of context for future legal practice, as the authors in this compilation demonstrate. Even a conservative view that national law, including legal doctrine, is still the dominant factor must accept that national law today reflects and gives effect to the influence of global and regional forces. A more pragmatic view would recognise the results of the growth in cross-border transactions, and its underlying legal infrastructure.

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Mary Hiscock and William van Caenegem. "Conclusion" 1Cheltenham, UKThe internationalisation of legal education: The future practice of law (2015) p. 287 - 293
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mary_hiscock/15/