“Structural Breaks” and Other Timely Phenomena

A smart friend of mine, in a conversation apropos the financial meltdown, recently wondered if people "aren’t reading too many newspapers and not enough history."  He has a point. So forthwith, a little history. According to McKinsey in...

“Savvy Blawgers” Query #2: Now on Deck

Coming soon:  The results of the "Savvy Blawgers Query #2!" You will recall the results of "Savvy Blawgers Query #1," which had to do with changes in law firm management over the next five to ten years.  [That link also has a handy-dandy...

Announcing the Launch of the Savvy Blawgers Panel

Announcing the launch of the "Adam Smith, Esq." official "Savvy Blawgers Panel," a brain trust I will rely upon to sound off and chime in on (hopefully) interesting ideas I will query them about every so often—not so often as to wear out Adam...

Groves of Academe

Back from the truly lovely Midwest oasis of Bloomington, Indiana (approx. 40 miles south of Indianapolis), where I had the pleasure of guest-lecturing to a group of 30 or so smart, inquisitive, and polite-but-challenging 2L’s and 3L’s.  Bloomington,...

Academic Adventures

I look forward with delight to being invited to guest-lecture at Indiana University School of Law/Bloomington in Prof. William Henderson’s "The Law Firm as a Business Organization" course.  I fly out there early tomorrow morning. Full report when...
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