We're Not Dead Yet. Book Review: The Vanishing American Lawyer by Thomas D. Morgan
Engage, Volume 11, Issue 2
August 31, 2010Allison R. Hayward
Is the practice of law a profession? For most practicing lawyers, the last time they heard that question was from the podium of their ABA-mandated Professional Responsibility class. But this is but one of many fundamental questions asked by Thomas Morgan, Oppenheim Professor of Antitrust and Trade Regulations at the George Washington University Law School and leading light of legal ethics scholarship. In The Vanishing American Lawyer, Morgan takes a fresh and markedly heterodox posture on questions regarding professionalism, practice, and legal education...