Does Legal Regulation Have a Future?

Introduction When Isaac Pitblado practised law, legal regulation was much simpler. In 1890 Pitblado became a member the 13-year-old Law Society of Manitoba. Like all Canadian law societies it was an association of lawyers, whose primary purpose was to advance the best interests of the profession. To call it a regulator would not be an accurate description. Pitblado witnessed the adoption of first and very basic canons of ethics from the CBA in 1920, but by the time a formal

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