Restoring the Foundations: 12 Steps Toward Personal Fulfillment in the Practice of Law
By Hon. Carl Horn
Reprinted from South Carolina Lawyer, September 1998 at 32
Nationally, at the state bar level and in our local bars, there is an increasing realization that law is a profession in crisis. Much of the public views lawyers as self-interested profiteers thriving on the problems and even the tragedies of others. Rather than positice associations with "justice" or other higher purposes, lawyers today are more often seen as greedy troublemakers, willing to make any claim or argument to line their own pockets.
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