Safeguarding the Indian Bar from the entry of foreign Law Firms: An international lawyers perspective

Paul McDermott

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperConference paper

Abstract

Today I want to look at the various regulation models that have been put in place by government and the legal profession, firstly in the United Kingdom, and then in Asia, to safeguard their legal professions from the entry of foreign law firms. I believe we can learn from these examples and perhaps find the way to best benefit and protect lawyers, clients and the legal system in India.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAll India Seminar on Judicial Reforms with Special Reference to Arrears of Court cases
EditorsPravin H Parekh
Place of PublicationDelhi
PublisherSupreme Court Bar Association of India
Pages30
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventSupreme Court Bar Association of India - New Delhi, India
Duration: 29 Apr 200530 Apr 2005

Seminar

SeminarSupreme Court Bar Association of India
CountryIndia
Period29/04/0530/04/05

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