I don't think that this article introduces anything startlingly new or groundbreaking, but it does, to an extent, look at the problem of the biglaw model in a way other than to simply blame "greedy" associates and high first year salaries for the problems of biglaw today. It places some of the blame where it belongs (babyboomer narcissism and plain old oversupply). Its a good read (a little depressing), but nevertheless a good read. I'd be upset if I were Mayer Brown though, and used as the example of the decline of biglaw. Apologies if this is posted on here already.
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