This collection explores developments in the regulation of legal services by examining the control of the markets in several key countries. Contributions will consider emerging adjustments and alternatives to professionalism as a dominant means of control. They will look at the continuing role, if any, of professionals and how this may be changing. They will then speculate regarding the future of legal services regulation in each jurisdiction. Introductory and concluding chapters will draw together similarities, differences and conclusions regarding directions of change in the regulation of legal services.