LAW STUDENTS — TWO GENERATIONS
AbstractRecent decades have witnessed both the expansion of old established professions and the emergence of new ones, providing an ever-broadening range of services. Within the context of an increasingly industrial, technological and socially-conscious society, potential clientele for the modern lawyer ranges from the multinational organisation to the individual minority-group member. Moreover, since legal expertise rests in an aggregate of decisions concerning social behaviour and values, rather than a techno-scientiflc base, as for other professions, social change further compounds the complexity of the lawyers task.
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