Florida State University Law Review
Bob Gordon, Ted Schneyer, legal business, legal profession, law and morality, Law Day
Inspired by Ted Schneyer's future history of professional discipline' and Bob Gordon's descrption of "the hazy aspirational world" of the "Law Day Sermon,' I offer a vision of the legal profession 'a next fifty years in the form of a Law Day speech from the year 2050. Looking back on developments in the first half of the twenty-first century, this piece explores the implications of the analysis proposed in my earlier article, The Professionalism Paradigm Shift: Why Discarding Professional Ideology Will Improve the Conduct and Reputation of the Bar. The speech presents a projection of the moral leadership the bar could achieve if it were to embrace the law as a business paradigm.
Russell G. Pearce,
Law Day 2050: Post-Professinalism, Moral Leadership, and the Law-as-Business Paradigm Symposium, 27 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 9
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