- 247 pages
- The Vanishing American Lawyer
- Thomas D. Morgan
- 14 January 2019 Thomas D. Morgan
Over 4,000 Lawyers Lost Their Positions At Major American Law Firms In 2008 And 2009 In The Vanishing American Lawyer, Professor Thomas Morgan Discusses The Legal Profession And The Need For Both Law Students And Lawyers To Adapt To The Needs And Expectations Of Clients In The Future The World Needs People Who Understand Institutions That Create Laws And How To Access Those Institutions Works, But Lawyers Are No Longer Part Of A Profession That Is Uniquely Qualified To Advise On A Broad Range Of Distinctly Legal Questions Clients Will Need Advisors Who Are Specialized Than Many Lawyers Are Today And Who Have Expertise In Non Legal Issues Many Of Today S Lawyers Do Not Have A Special Ability To Provide Such Services.While American Lawyers Have Been Hesitant To Change The Ways They Can Improve Upon Meeting Client Needs, Lawyers In Other Countries, Notably Great Britain And Australia, Have Been Better At Adapting Law Schools Must Also Recognize The World Their Students Will Face And Prepare Them To Operate Successfully Within It Professor Morgan Warns That Lawyers Must Adapt To New Client Needs And Expectations The Term Professional Should Be Applied To Individuals Who Deserve Praise For Skilled And Selfless Efforts, But This Term May Lead To Occupational Suicide If It Becomes A Justification For Not Seeing And Adapting To The World Ahead.
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