The Futures of Legal Education and the Legal Profession by Hilary Sommerlad, Sonia Harris-Short, Steven Vaughan,

By Hilary Sommerlad, Sonia Harris-Short, Steven Vaughan, Richard Young

The united kingdom is presently witnessing an remarkable transformation within the criminal occupation and in criminal schooling. The felony companies Act 2007 and the felony reduction, Sentencing, Prisoners and Offenders Act 2013 have either enabled and necessitated dramatic structural alterations to the career, and feature impacted its ethos and ethicality. the hot felony schooling and coaching evaluate (LETR) gives you equally dramatic swap to the supply of felony schooling within the united kingdom, reflecting the transferring panorama of either the lawyer marketplace and better schooling quite often. those transformative alterations deliver either interesting possibilities and demanding situations with which all people all for the legislations needs to grapple - from college teachers, to senior companions in prime legislation businesses, to the judiciary. This assortment contains a range of papers offered on the moment convention of CEPLER, Birmingham legislation School's heart for pro criminal schooling and examine. The booklet brings jointly top educational students, senior figures from expert perform, policy-makers, and representatives of the regulatory gurus, to mirror at the key concerns coming up from this transformative second. As such, the essays covers different floor - from curriculum improvement to expert concept - which are enriched and greater through the variety of backgrounds and views of the members. The ebook is vital for these operating inside of criminal schooling and the criminal career. [Subject: criminal schooling, criminal occupation]

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7 Hanlon, Lawyers (n 6), 1; cf, E Freidson, Professionalism: The Third Logic (London, Polity Press, 2001). 8 J Evetts, ‘Professionalism: Value and Ideology’ (2013) 61 Current Sociology 778. 9 LG Svensson and J Evetts (eds), Sociology of Professions: Continental and Anglo-Saxon Traditions (Göteborg, Daidalos, 2010). 10 J-E Lane, New Public Management (London, Routledge, 2000); Pollitt and Bouckaert, Public Management Reform (n 6); P Taylor-Gooby (ed), Welfare States under Pressure (London, Sage Publications, 2001).

This chapter considers the extent to which the logics and culture of professionalism, expertise and service might be reconciled to and linked with the logics and culture of enterprise, profit, commercial success and organisational efficiency. It will ask if professionalism and enterprise are inevitably contradictory or whether, and under what circumstances and conditions, the two might be complementary. The first section of the chapter considers the arguments for seeing professionalism and enterprise as contradictory and as contrasting alternatives for organising work.

15 V Fournier, ‘The Appeal to “Professionalism” as a Disciplinary Mechanism’ (1999) 47 Social Review 280. 16 Pollitt and Bouckaert, Public Management Reform (n 6). 17 H Perkin, The Rise of Professional Society (London, Routledge, 1988); G di Luzio, ‘A Sociological Concept of Client Trust’ (2006) 54 Current Sociology 549. 18 Svensson and Evetts, Sociology of Professions (n 9). 19 MS Larson, The Rise of Professionalism (New Brunswick, Transaction Publishers, 2013). Professionalism, Enterprise and the Market 27 group and the employment organisation in such cases will be different, as the collegial relationships between different layers in the organisation are replaced by more formal bureaucratic relationships.

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