Where Are We Headed? Legal Luminaries Opine

Many of my colleagues know that I have been restoring a rustic 1814 New England inn for the last several years.

It is nestled in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and my ATT fancy iPhone still doesn’t work there. Plus our dial-up connection at 1995 speeds discourages the use of the Internet. So I do something novel when there—I mostly just think. It is a skill we are all getting rusty in as we spend most of our time in perpetual motion.

So recently I read with delight how many legal luminaries actually value the art of thinking. If you haven’t picked up Bright Ideas edited by Leigh Dance now is the time to do so. This collection of 26 essays from legal luminaries—in-house counsel, law firm managing partners and service providers in the legal industry—is a thought provoking book. Perhaps my favorite part is the book’s objective to advance the structure, management and transparency of corporate legal services.

Learn more about the book here.

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