Archive for March, 2008

Who's the Lawyer, Who's the Client?

Monday, March 31st, 2008 at 22:00

In one of those delicious quirks of fate, one of the first sociolegal scholars to write about the lawyer-client relationship found himself in the position of disgruntled client. Douglas E. Rosenthal wrote a classic text in 1974 titled, Lawyer and Client: Who’s in Charge? Rosenthal counterposes two models of lawyering, the traditional and the participatory. […]

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Mad Cows and Englishmen Go…

Wednesday, March 19th, 2008 at 13:50

The Law School ran a blood drive with Red Cross. This seems to be the time for commitments–public TV and radio are imploring viewers and listeners to contribute. I have plenty of blood so I would give. I was given two simple forms to complete, the usual kind of things: allergies, drugs, etc. Except, lurking […]

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