Law Firms and the Legal Profession

Lawyers and law firms acutely influence culture and public discourse. Firms shape the next generation of legal minds. Many of the men and women in positions of influence across public and private institutions are legally trained. The way that firms approach their work and the variety of incentives that influence their decisions should be examined closely.

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A conversation within the right: Why isn’t there a larger conservative plaintiffs’ bar?
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The State of Law Schools and Their Influence on the Legal Profession, by Jay Edelson
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William S. Consovoy, 1974-2023
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Panel Two: Defending Unpopular Clients: The Ethics of Targeting Attorneys, Firms, and Clients for Reprisals
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Navigating High Profile Defamation
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When Politics is a Firing Offense: Do Anti-Discrimination Laws Push Employers to Restrict Free Speech?