In recent years there has been much self-examination within the legal profession. On the macro scale, Sol Linowitz, The Betrayed Profession, compares, not favorably, the profession of today with that which he knew in the early decades of his practice. Dean Anthony Kronman, The Lost Lawyer, and Mary Ann Glendon, A Nation Under Lawyers, use their skills as scholars to examine the profession on a more objective level. On the micro level, Deborah Arron led the way with Running from the Law, which tells of talented overachievers who stood out in law school and judicial clerkships, and then found large-firm practice disastrous.
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Cohn, Sherman L., "[Review of] George Kaufman, The Lawyer’s Guide to Balancing Life and Work: Taking the Stress out of Success" (1999). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 1604.