The New York Times has an Issue: legal education reform. They’ve run one large piece, a bunch of letters to the editor, and on Saturday, November 26, an editorial.
Are these journalists trying to drive me nuts? Just as I’m on the brink of handing out my ideas about how to find a lawyer, they ignore my central contention, which is: lawyers do not learn how to communicate (and even employ) their clients while pursuing a case. As a consequence, most of them do it badly.