There is untold untapped opportunity in teaching small ball business law. There were plenty of bright, motivated, entrepreneurial law students at IU-Indianapolis - I know because some of them were my students - who saw this kind of small ball as an alternative to the big firms. The downside for young lawyers starting off in small ball law is the loss of training those firms provide, but providing that training (within or without the traditional three year law school term) is the curricular opportunity for all of us. And maybe even some good scholarship about the dead zone.
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
See my post over at Legal Profession Blog on this subject. Here's a taste: