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The age of globalisation has drastically changed the points of reference of the legal profession, thus modifying the relationship between lawyers and enterprises, and creating new subjects – major international law firms – with which Italian legal practices have to come to terms. Italy and Europe are currently experiencing the same situation that the USA, the first country to see the need to develop an integrated system of legal studios, experienced from the 1980s to the 1990s. The culture of the legal profession and the teaching model of law faculties in Italy are, in part, obsolete with respect to the requirements of the legal service market. The lawyer will certainly continue to be one of the fundamental actors of the political-legal-economic system, but he or she will need to possess different professional characteristics, knowledge and reference models.