Law School and the Making of the Student into a Lawyer: Transformation of First Year Law Students in the National University of Singapore
This paper examines the impact of legal education and law school on the student's moral development and conception of professional identity, through an empirical study of first year law students of the Class of 2010 at the National University of Singapore. The project aims to increase consciousness of how law school remakes students and develops the moral and professional identity of future lawyers, and to facilitate a dialogue that reshapes legal education to achieve its aims. Given that legal education in Singapore is similar to that in other law schools in common law jurisdictions, the analysis is, with allowances for different socio-political contexts, of wider import.
Asian Studies | Legal Education
Law, Society and Governance
TAN, Seow Hon.
Law School and the Making of the Student into a Lawyer: Transformation of First Year Law Students in the National University of Singapore. (2009). Legal Ethics. 12, (2), 125-170. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/836
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