A profession is a vocation founded on specialized educational training, the purpose of which is to supply objective counsel and service to others (1).
Today in North America a person can become a legal professional by graduating from an accredited law school.
What kind of educational training should be offered at a law school?
I submit that law students must become familiar with basic legal concepts by taking courses such as contracts, criminal law, constitutional law, property, torts, statutes, administrative law, evidence, practice, professional conduct, wills and trusts, company law, labour law, legal research, etc.
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