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In Memoriam [W. Wesley Pue]

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International Journal of the Legal Profession

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legal professions; professionalism; history; professional ethics; globalization; globalisation; legal education; diversity politics; techonocentrism


During the past two decades a new, global, legal professionalism has manifested itself in the field of legal education through a variety of programmes seeking to produce globally-aware or globally-connected lawyers. This paper explores the diverse meanings of globalization and legal education with particular attention to the differential effects of globalization and the varied experiences of it in different parts of the world. Taking its starting point from a Nigerian graduate student's insight that globalization means 'The White Man is Coming again'. What does he want this time?, he explores both American and international perspectives.



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