Trippe S. Fried


This article explores a key question for the future of the legal profession: does a paradigm in which each individual state has exclusive control over the practice of law within its borders work in the marketplace of Friedman's "flat world"? Or in today's global economy does state micromanagement of the legal profession so inure to the detriment of lawyers and clients that some form of national licensing is necessary?


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