Q&A with Deborah Rhode
Professor Deborah Rhode talked about her book The Trouble with Lawyers, in which she takes a critical look at the U.S. legal profession, its level of diversity, the cost of law schools, and the public defender system.
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Deborah L. Rhode Professor Stanford University->Law School
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