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How Attorneys Are Using Kindle in Their Practice
In 2007, Beyonce, Fergie, Nelly Furtado, Gwen Stefani and Avril Lavigne were among the celebrated musicians. Two and a Half Men, CSI, Grey's Anatomy and Survivor — China were the hit TV shows. Forest Whitaker won the gold statue for Best Actor (in The Last King of Scotland). And, the first Kindle was introduced on November 19 and sold for $399. It sold out in five and a half hours and wasn't restocked until April 2008. Two years later, a law professor and author, Larry Ribstein, wrread more
The future of law school
Eric Gerding wrote a couple of days ago about the "Death of 'Big Law School.'" He has some dismal predictions of what the Death of Big Law (taking off from my paper) means for legal education:
- Lower-paying jobs mean lower tuition income and less alumni support.
- More emphasis on training of practice-ready lawye read more