This guide was prepared for general use as well as for specific use by students enrolled in the seminar "Legal Education for the Twenty-First Century: Global Perspectives on Preparing Lawyers for Global Careers," to be conducted at Harvard Law School, in Spring 2010. It is not meant to be exhaustive but to give you a jump start on your research.
You will find that sometimes the best resource is a human resource. That's why links have been provided to bar associations and other organizations who may employ or otherwise involve individuals who are experts in the area of legal education within a particular country. You may also want to review the scholarship currently being produced on this topic, so be sure to check out databases and repositories of working papers such as SSRN or BePress as noted on the "Articles and Working Papers" page of this guide. Also, don't forget to use traditional print resources such as can be found by using either Hollis or Hollis Classic.
If you are interested in the history of American Legal Education, you might be interesting in viewing this guide, by Janet Katz.