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The End of Law addresses the current state of legal education and the practice of law in America. Through examples and anecdotes, Rodriguez explains how American legal education works and doesn't work. This book should be on the list of "must reads" for anyone considering going to law school.
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Raul M. Rodriguez, formerly a partner, trial lawyer and legal counselor with the national law firm of Arter & Hadden, now serves in the Office of General Counsel at 3M Company. He is the author of "God is Dead: Killed by Fifty Years of Establishment Clause Jurisprudence," which appeared on The National Law Journal's "Worth Reading List."Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
From the Introduction by Herb Kelleher, President, CEO and Chairman of Southwest Airline
As a lawyer by education, and a businessman by experience, I agree wholeheartedly with the author that the greatest asset that exists is the human mind. People make things happen. Given the opportunity and the desire, people can work miracles. The End of Law is about how best to develop that asset and about what will happen, both on an individual level and to society, if we fail to do so... when you boil it all down, Rodriguez makes one singular and salient point a great society will remain great only so long as it inculcates in its citizens an understanding of the foundational principles upon which it is built. This is a lesson which is as true today as it was when our Founders set out to pen our Constitution.
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