""In my experience in a great many countries too many members of the profession are not yet geared to the increased tempo of contemporary life and in too few countries has the profession organised its collective potential ability to help meet the demands likely to be made upon its members"".
In South Africa, epilepsy is looked upon as being a mental disorder from the legal point of view. This is set out in the Mental Disorders Act No. 38 (1916) as follows - ""3. Classification of mentally disordered or defective person. For the purpose of this act and all proceedings there under, mentally disordered or defective persons may be divided into the following classes
With a dull bang the front door closes behind Futuralia Bootmans and with a sigh of relief she steps on the electronically started moving staircase that will bring her to the ground floor of the twenty sever-storeyed flatbuilding. She is aware of a sense of relief now she knows that she is on her way to her lawyer.
More and more law students in the United States are bypassing lucrative jobs with corporations to seek more socially oriented work in Government and in programs aiding the poor and the consumer. And many of those who do join law firms are pressuring their employers to re-evaluate their attitudes toward public service and the public interest. Some firms have responded by dramatically increasing their public-interest efforts or at least drastically reorganizing them.