The Center on the Legal Profession is constantly collaborating and engaging scholars from around the world to further examine the various issues facing the evolving global legal profession. This section is devoted to those research initiatives and the output from that work that do not fall under a specific theme but remain mission-central and of considerable interest to our constituents. Below is a list of additional publications worth highlighting:
by N.R. Madhava Menon
This manuscript by Professor N.R. Madhava Menon formed the basis for a keynote address delivered by Professor Menon at the October 2011 conference, The Indian Legal Profession in the Age of Globalisation, held in New Delhi, India.
by Cyril Shroff
This manuscript by Cyril Shroff formed the basis for a keynote address delivered by Mr. Shroff at the October 2011 conference, The India Legal Profession in the Age of Globalisation, held in New Delhi, India.
by Daniel H. Foote
This manuscript by Daniel H. Foote, professor of law at the University of Tokyo, is a report on the Future Ed 2 conference on the future of legal education held in October of 2010 at Harvard Law School. The essay originally was written for a Japanese audience and was first published in Japan.
by Chris Kenny
This manuscript by Chris Kenny, chief executive of the UK Legal Services Board, is based on a keynote address delivered at the Future Ed 2 conference on the future of legal education held in October of 2010 at Harvard Law School. You can view a video of this speech here.
by Martha L. Minow
This manuscript by Harvard Law School Morgan and Helen Chu Dean and Professor of Law Martha Minow is based on a keynote address delivered at the Future Ed 2 conference, held in October of 2010 at Harvard Law School.
by Ben W. Heineman, Jr.
This manuscript by the Center’s Distinguished Senior Fellow, Ben W. Heineman, Jr., launches a new “blue paper” series of substantial essay, speech and opinion pieces on the legal profession selected by the Center for distribution beyond the format or reach of traditional legal and scholarly media channels. We welcome your feedback.
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