Can’t get no satisfaction: the law and its customers: are universities and law schools producing lawyers qualified to satisfy the needs of the public?

  • D. J. McQuoid-Mason University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa & President, Commonwealth Legal Education Association

Abstract

The manner in which law students are taught and trained at undergraduate and post-graduate level impacts on the quality of the legal services that are delivered to clients once students qualify as legal practitioners.

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Published
2003-06-30
Section
Chronicles / Kronieke