This is the first detailed exploration of the early history of legal education in New Zealand. It draws on extensive research into a range of historical material and periodical literature, as well as a rich variety of accounts and recollections from former staff and students, to explore the first 100 years of teaching and study of law at Canterbury. With us, the search for a work of interest will take only a few seconds, and in order to download the book Education for the Profession for free, you only need to make a couple of mouse clicks. Just press the ... Free and unregistered, Education for the Profession button on our site and in the exact format that fits your device. Just press a button and in seconds enjoy your favorite book Education for the Profession. For a reading enthusiast, it is very necessary to identify common ebook formats. The usual EPUB format in the eBook market is a prerequisite for others. Because Kobo, Nook and Sony readers and software are compatible with EPUB format ebooks. Here goes. Education for the Profession in epub and pdf. In doing so it offers a fresh insight into the often uneasy relationship between teachers and practitioners, particularly the long struggle over control of examinations for the law degree. It paints a vivid picture of the development of the 'rival' Law Professional qualification, and examines the ebbs and flows in the popularity of law as a career choice. While exploring these national elements, this book remains grounded in the experiences of generations of students and their teachers in the very special Canterbury environment.