Sunday, November 23, 2008
Posted by Jeff Lipshaw
Unfortunately, my posts from the Harvard Law School Program on the Globalization of the Legal Profession had to end at about 1:00 p.m. I could not stay for the lunch talks by Detlev Vagts, Elena Kagan, and Ben Heineman, nor the after-lunch program moderated by David Wilkins on outsourcing of legal work to India.
As a follow-up of sorts, the New York Times has a long piece today on U.S. associates in big firms going overseas.
Here are links back to the live blogging from Friday, November 21: