Legal Services in a Global Village The building blocks of the legal profession – law school, bar admissions, professional regulation, ethics, discipline and malpractice liability and insurance – are all undergoing revolutionary changes. Your parents got legal services from a lawyer that grew up around the corner and had an office on the other side of town. That lawyer was educated in the US, admitted to practice in the same state and a member of the local Rotary Club. Your kids will buy legal services – or even get them for free – from a lawyer, a non-lawyer, or even an automated online service on a server that could easily be on the other side of the world. This presentation will ask ten challenging questions the legal profession must answer as we move to the provision of legal services in a global village.