Argument: Lawyers must teach clients complicated subjects

Issue Report: Law school


Susan Basalla. “Should I Go to Law School?” The Chronicle. January 23rd, 2004: “[Evan Wilson, a Ph.D. in the humanities who attended an Ivy League law school:] although I’m not at a level yet where my teaching skills are coming in handy, I hear that later, a lot of what you do is teach complex tax codes to clients.”