Professions and federation: the emergency of a national market in legal services and a national legal profession
[Introduction]: As we approach the mid point of the Centenary of Federation, the fine speeches about the emergence from separate squabbling colonies, each a maket in itself protected by custom barriers, into a strong nation based on a single economy, ring in our ears....If the establishment of a national uniform market was the chief goal, besides common defence under the imperial umbrella and a now-discredited desire for uniform restrictive racially based immigration laws, why has it taken...[Show more]
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