Vol. 60 Nbr. 6, April 2008
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- The market for bad legal advice: academic professional responsibility consulting as an example.
- The market for bad legal scholarship: William H. Simon's experiment in professional regulation.
- Transparency is the solution, not the problem: a reply to Bruce Green.
- Legal barriers to innovation: the growing economic cost of professional control over corporate legal markets.
- "If you can't join 'em, beat 'em!": the rise and fall of the black corporate law firm.
- The rise and fall of the WASP and Jewish law firms.
- The elastic tournament: a second transformation of the big law firm.
- Professional independence in the Office of the Attorney General.
- Lawfare and legal ethics in Guantanamo.
- Public interest law: the movement at midlife.
- Supply, demand, and the changing economics of large law firms.
- Doctrines without borders: the "new" Israeli exclusionary rule and the dangers of legal transplantation.