The Lawyer Bubble

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Case Western Reserve Law School Dean Lawrence E. Mitchell's recent New York Times op-ed proves that he, like many law school deans, is living in a bubble. Indeed, the views expressed by Mitchell in “Law School Is Worth the Money” underscore one of my reasons for writing The Lawyer Bubble: A Profession in Crisis, which Basic Books will publish in April 2013. (Another reason is the troubling transformation of most big law firms, but that’s for another day.)

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