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Document Type

Article

Publication Date

5-1-2012

ISSN

0015-704X

Publisher

Fordham Law School

Language

en-US

Abstract

The phenomenon of the global law firm has transformed the face of international law practice. The practice of law has itself become global, as lawyers play their part in the growing international market for corporate and commercial services. The global expansion of legal practice has prompted several jurisdictions to consider how their own global legal service markets should be regulated. To date, only limited scholarly consideration has been given to the practicalities of regulating the day-to-day practice of law on an international scale

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