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What does Law Day mean to you?

Posted in Miscellaneous

  May 1 offers lawyers an opportunity to reflect on what the law “means” to each of us, those we serve, and the larger interests of society.  Law Day in the US often includes ceremonial celebrations, recommitment to the highest values of our profession and public service (and yes, even bar association missives on the… Continue Reading

Random Observations & Indelible Memories

Posted in ACC Annual Meeting

 Each year, as ACC’s Annual Meeting concludes, I’m always struck by the interesting and substantive new information I discover.  Inevitably, people say things – or I observe or participate in events – that leave me with much to think about.  This was my 18th annual meeting and it was no different. Throughout our time in Boston,… Continue Reading

Right Plan – Wrong Profession?

Posted in Miscellaneous

The description of the profession used in Northwestern’s Strategic Plan is based on data which describes a profession that very likely has undergone some radical permanent changes since the data describing the legal profession was collected. The Plan presumes a profession that existed through 2006 and is designed to address the requirements of that profession…. Continue Reading