Monday, March 26, 2007

Law-making Without Lawyers

Posted by Jeff Lipshaw

Michigan What would you guess is the percentage of state legislators who are lawyers in a typical large state?  I just received my March 2007 edition of the Michigan Bar Journal, and was taken aback.  Only 22 of 148 (or 14.8%) Michigan state legislators are lawyers.  Moreover, this is consistent with the average since 1971, which is 14.1%.  I cannot think of a witty conclusion for this bit of trivia.

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Posted by: USD Law Student | Mar 26, 2007 5:37:49 PM

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