33 Fordham Urb. L.J. [i] (2005-2006)

handle is hein.journals/frdurb33 and id is 1 raw text is: FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL
Volume XXXIII       November 2005           Number 1
CONTENTS
STEIN CENTER CONFERENCE:
PROFESSIONAL CHALLENGES IN
LARGE FIRM PRACTICES
DEDICATION  ......................... William  Michael Treanor  1
FOREWORD ..................................... Bruce A. Green  7
ARTICLES
PROFITS AND PROFESSIONALISM ............... Deborah Rhode  49
THE EVILS OF ELASTICITY: REFLECTIONS ON
THE RHETORIC OF PROFESSIONALISM
AND THE PART-TIME PARADOX IN
LARGE FIRM PRACTICE ................... Amelia J. Uelmen  81
THE NIRVANA FALLACY IN LAW FIRM
REGULATION DEBATES ................. Elizabeth Chambliss 119
THE PROFESSIONALIZATION OF ETHICS .... Margaret Raymond 153
THE BILLABLE HOURS DERBY:
EMPIRICAL DATA ON THE
PROBLEMS AND PRESSURE POINTS ...... Susan Saab Fortney 171
LEGAL EDUCATION AFTER LAW SCHOOL:
LESSONS FROM SCOTLAND
AND ENGLAND ........................ Clark D. Cunningham  193
ESSAYS
How LAW FIRMS CAN Do GOOD WHILE
DOING WELL (AND THE ANSWER
Is NOT PRO  BONO) ........................... Russell Pearce  211

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