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Law firms, law schools lumber — Elon Law, not so much

Criticism happens quick.

Criticism in tweets and blogs and articles comes really quickly. (“The legal profession is doomed.“) Changes in law firms and law schools, not like that. 144 more words

Law Practice Management

Spring 2015 Portfolio

I just posted a series of blogs that depict and describe the images that I produced in the spring of 2015 in my photography class at Guilford College.   254 more words


Legal profession: Sickness unto death? Or, a return to enduring value? 10 Challenges Facing the Profession.

Brooks Pierce’s exceptional Director of Recruiting and Professional Development, Gail Cutter, has one mighty dyspeptic view of the challenges currently facing the legal profession. Yet, she is a true believer in the enduring value of a legal education and the nobility of the profession. 1,566 more words


Equality & excellence; conflict & creativity @ Guilford College

Connecticut-based governing-board consultant and author, Dr. Martha Summerville, observes that tension between values stimulates creativity. She is commenting on an earlier post here questioning how… 144 more words

My life of crime

Although almost everything I write is in some way about myself — I call it all “Nilsenology,” after all, very little is overtly autobiographical. I am by nature rather private. 2,971 more words

Equality and excellence at Guilford College

For a long time I have wondered if equality and excellence are compatible values.

Doesn’t a commitment to excellence require excluding who or what falls short of excellence? 217 more words

Divers Items

All Hail Max Carter

May 18, 2015

On QuakerQuaker this morning I posted a brief appreciation of Max Carter for his quarter century as Director of Friends Center at Guilford College. 69 more words