Finally, an article highlighting the lawlessness of many “disruptive” businesses. From SSRN: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2880818

"Forthcoming in The Handbook of Law and Entrepreneurship in the United States, Cambridge University Press 2018, D. Gordon Smith & Christine Hurt, eds.

22 Pages Posted: 10 Dec 2016 Last revised:

Economic self-interest of course is a powerful force both outside and inside the litigation industry. Economic self-interest is in fact so powerful within the litigation industry that New York lawyers, columnists and even the DOJ in its amicus brief to the 2d Circuit had the temerity to argue that the outcome of the litigation over

Innovation in legal education – what a novel concept. The opening of the article is set out below as a teaser, with a hat tip to “legal rebel” Pat Lamb for flagging the article:

Over the last several years, legal practitioners and educators have recognized that their industry’s reluctance to develop or accept innovative

The email ad below caught the eye. The topic provides something to ponder for undergrads thinking about law, as well as the lawyers thinking about a new focus.

One other idea: also learn a commercially useful language.  

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