I woke recently to a twitter feed filled with news from the International Legal Ethics Conference in New York. There were a few sessions that really interested me, and I captured the tweets in a series on Storify. (The first in a series of four.)
This session concerned the globalized legal profession and in particular, questions about governance and ethics affecting the (not-so-) new global professional order. If you are interested about the background on this, Faulconbridge and Muzio provide an interesting overview. I think that these ideas have important implications for Australian (and international) legal education.
You can find this storify here.