Last week I chatted at length with Professor Larry Ribstein, the Mildred Van Voorhis Jones Chair at the University of Illinois College of Law. Larry is the author of numerous articles on corporate law, constitutional law, and, most interestingly to me, the future of legal education and the legal profession. In this JoshCast, we discuss three of Larry’s most recent works:
- The Death of Big Law
- Practicing Theory: Legal Education for the Twenty-First Century
- Law’s Information Revolution (co-authored with Bruce Kobayashi)
If you have any interest in how the legal profession will evolve in the future, and how legal education must change to match that evolution, Professor Ribstein is a leader in the field. In this JoshCast I attempt to probe his thinking, ask some questions, and try to figure out where we are going in the future. Enjoy.