Saturday, November 6, 2010

'Nuff said

(Taking context-optional note of thought-provoking quotes)

Reena SenGupta [right], a London-based consultant, says she used to see foreign-owned legal research operations in India where beds, not desks, greeted the visitor; such was the keenness to dispel the impression that law was being practised.
-- Unsigned Economist article on "Law and globalisation." The article discusses the very high hurdle to the admission of foreign lawyers in India following Bombay High Court decision issued last December -- as well as barriers that exist in many other countries, including Canada. (Hat tip to my California-Davis colleague Jack Ayer, doyen of Underbelly blog.)

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