In Let’s not be like the lawyers (Let’s not attack the example), I responded to what I thought was a deflection in the responses to Noam Scheiber‘s article, The Last Days of Big Law. At the bottom of that post I have a collection of “read these” articles that I keep updating. Here’s
Let’s not be like the lawyers. Let’s not attack the example.
I would caution us here to not dismiss the premise of the article, there is big change in the legal industry, by attacking the example.
Is Noam Scheiber‘s article perfect? No.
Does he make some great points that we should be discussing? Absolutely.
But why are we wasting time arguing over whether the glass is half-full or half-empty when there is a hole in the cup?