The first of this semester’s Mitchell Lectures are fast approaching. On Friday, February 12 at 2pm, three speakers will address the current state of the legal profession and where it is likely to go in the future. Get yourself in the Mitchell mood by checking out these articles by Friday’s speakers.
Bryant Garth, University of California, Irvine School of Law
- Buyers’ Remorse? An Empirical Assessment of the Desirability of a Legal Career
- Crises, Crisis Rhetoric, and Competition in Legal Education: A Sociological Perspective on the (Latest) Crisis of the Legal Profession and Legal Education
- The Changing Social Role of Urban Law Schools
Gillian Hadfield, University of Southern California Gould School of Law
- Innovating to Improve Access: Changing the Way Courts Regulate Legal Markets
- The Cost of Law: Promoting Access to Justice through the (Un)Corporate Practice of Law
- Lawyers, Make Room for Nonlawyers
David Wilkins, Harvard Law School
- The Women and Men of Harvard Law School: The Preliminary Results from the HLS Career Study
- Making Global Lawyers: Legal Practice, Legal Education, and the Paradox of Professional Distinctiveness
- Seven Years Into a Lawyer’s Career: New Results from after the JD, Wave II
We hope to see you at the Mitchell Lecture on Friday, February 12 at 2pm in 106 O’Brian Hall.