Category Archives: Legal Profession

Delegation II

R. Douglas Elliott, at the 2016 Osgoode Forum on Administrative Law and Practice, commenting on the actions of various law societies in deferring to a central body of law deans to tell the various provincial law societies whether a law … Continue reading

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What the law student doesn’t know II

Wrote about the problems of legal education and lawyer qualification here and here, among other commentaries. Related themes from a 2009 article by Jordan Furlong, “The crossed purposes of legal education“: One of the signs that change is underway in … Continue reading

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