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In This Issue…
- A few words from the Chair
An introduction to this issue from Section Chair Frank Ariano.
- Book review: Lights Out
A review of Ted Koppel's 2015 book.
- Book review of The Anxious Lawyer
Reviewer Ed Schoenbaum highly recommends this book, written by two attorneys who have first-hand knowledge of the problems facing us and the fantastic possible rewards of mindfulness practice.
- Settling parties (with attorneys) beware!
The recent opinion in Williams v. Office of the Chief Judge of Cook County, Illinois and Michael Rohan, contains a portion which this author-- and likely others--will find disturbing.
- Is there a ‘crisis’ of law schools in America?
This article asks whether there is a true crisis of law schools in America and, if so, to what degree and why.
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