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Comparing American and British Legal Education Systems: Lessons for Commonwealth African Law
by:Kenneth Kaoma Mwenda
What is the difference between a law degree in the US and the UK? In this unprecedented book, Dr. Kenneth Mwenda, a well-seasoned international lawyer and academic, guides us through the specific details and outlines the core differences of the two largest legal education systems. Dr. Mwenda further helpfully delineates the implications of these...
What is the difference between a law degree in the US and the UK? In this unprecedented book, Dr. Kenneth Mwenda, a well-seasoned international lawyer and academic, guides us through the specific details and outlines the core differences of the two largest legal education systems. Dr. Mwenda further helpfully delineates the implications of these differences for commonwealth African law schools. This book will be a critical addition for international law libraries as well as collections in education. "Drawing on his rich scholarly experience as a former academic in the UK and in Commonwealth Africa, and informed by his wide professional experience as an international attorney in the US, Dr. Kenneth K. Mwenda, provides a first-class treatment of important and salient policy issues underpinning the development of legal education systems in the US, the UK and Commonwealth Africa." - Zacharie Tamainot-Telto, PhD, Senior Research Fellow, University of Warwick, UK
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