The Last Days Of Big Law
Of all the occupational golden ages in the 20th century – for doctors, journalists, ad-men, autoworkers – none was arguably more golden than the reign of the law partner. In his exhaustively researched cover story for The New Republic, Senior Editor Noam Scheiber describes what it feels like to work at a major law firm as the old order of “Big Law” collapses. Join in a lively discussion between Scheiber and National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen, The New Republic’s longtime Legal Affairs Editor, about the state of the legal profession and the future of legal education.
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