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16 - Making Lawyers in BRICS

Histories, Challenges and Strategies for Legal Education Reform

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 September 2017

Rostam J. Neuwirth
Affiliation:
Universidade de Macau
Alexandr Svetlicinii
Affiliation:
Universidade de Macau
Denis De Castro Halis
Affiliation:
Universidade de Macau
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