I was reading Washington Lawyer the other day. I found it in my gym. Some partner in a big firm left it near the spinning bike. It contained a review of a new book by three eggheads from the Brookings Institute called "First Thing We Do, Let's Deregulate All the Lawyers." These folks, applying obtuse, dense and impenetrable economics formulae to the market of legal services have concluded that law schools cost too much, that some lawyers make too much, and that the public needs more inexpensive sources of legal help.
Let's Deregulate All The Lawyers
The Connecticut Law Tribune
February 6, 2012
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