Its been a busy first day of posts. I’ve collected links here for readers who want to catch up for tomorrow’s action when we will feature another full slate of posts. I’ve also created a tab to archive all of the Unlocking the Law posts here.
Day 1 featured posts from:
- Larry Ribstein on After the Fall (Of Regulation)
- Eric Rasmusen on Everyday Versus Fancy Law
- Walter Olson on Careful What You Unleash
- Richard Painter on Litigation Financing and Insurance
- Renee Newman Knake on Corporations, the Delivery of Legal Services, and the First Amendment (Part I)
- Bruce Kobayashi in Creative Destruction and the Market for Legal Services
- Eric Talley on Deregulating Lawyers: Comments From A Knee-jerk Skeptic
- Thomas Morgan on Realistic Questions About Modern Lawyer Regulation
- Gillian Hadfield on Right-Regulating Legal Markets
- William Henderson on Are We Asking the Wrong Questions About Lawyer Regulation?
- Robert Crandall on We Need More Lawyers!
- Larry Ribstein on Deregulating Lawyers Whether They Like It Or Not
- Joshua Wright on Welcome to the TOTM Symposium on Unlocking the Law: Deregulating the Legal Profession
Make sure to check out and participate in the lively discussion in the comments.
See you tomorrow.