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Monday, March 29, 2010

NLJ: The 40 Most Influential Lawyers, 2000-2009

NLJ National Law Journal, The Decade's Most Influential Lawyers:
These are the lawyers who've defined a decade.

For our annual Most Influential Lawyers special report, the editors of The National Law Journal have selected 40 attorneys in a dozen key legal areas whose work between Jan. 1, 2000, and Dec. 31, 2009, was so consequential that it helped to push the profession, an industry or a practice area substantially forward.

Legal Education:

  • Lawrence Lessig (Harvard)
  • David Van Zandt (Dean, Northwestern)
  • Elizabeth Warren (Harvard)

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It's not terribly encouraging that only three out of the forty were professors, of whom one was a dean and one is now in Government. In a European country, the percentage would unquestionably be much higher.

Posted by: mike livingston | Mar 31, 2010 6:30:34 PM