Good Work for Lawyers

The Practice, a publication of the Harvard Law School that provides critical analysis of the legal profession, has released an interview with Howard Gardner about “good work” in law.

Describing the meaning of good work and good citizenship, the effects of strong market pressures, and the way professional education shapes identity, Gardner stresses the need for institutions to prepare people to become good professionals and the powerful role that mentors can have in our lives.

Click here to read the full article. For more information about The Practice, visit their website.

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