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October 11, 2011

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Ron Traud

It looks like an interesting book. My initial reaction was the same as yours. My second thought was whether this was the end to bar fees, CLE requirements, and the rules of professional conduct. How the author addresses the issue with the RPC makes me almost curious enough to check the book out from the library.

Charles Jannace

Deregulation would likely result in short term lower quality of representation but quickly the market would weed out the good from the bad. I think it's a good idea that will never happen.

Gene Albert

Interesting podcast interview of author about ideas in the book: http://www.econtalk.org/archives/2011/09/winston_on_lawy.html

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