Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Law Schools, Corporate Law Firms, and Marxist Economics

There is an interesting chain of posts out there on the relationship between corporate law firms, their economics, and law school curricula, starting with a perceptive take on some data from Brian Tamanaha, then to a Marxist spin by David Luban, and my ensuing rant over at Legal Profession Blog. I do think the original post by Brian Tamanaha has a very serious point about "non-elite" law schools and their offerings, even if my sympathy for the union of highly-paid associates is not apparent in the reaction to the Marxist spin. Plus, in the spirit of Jim Chen's posts, I have a musical link over there.

3 Comments:

Blogger Jeff Harrison said...

Lovely rant.

2/07/2007 3:53 PM  
Blogger Jeff Harrison said...

lovely rant.

2/07/2007 3:54 PM  
Blogger Jeff Harrison said...

nice rant.

2/07/2007 3:54 PM  

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