September 08, 2011
ScamLaw - Law as Beauty
Posted by Karl Okamoto

Not really sure this is relevant to the discussion, but I have seen beauty in the practice of law.  Truly.  Just the other day, I watched a true wizard disentangle what surely would have been a fracturing spat between one party who felt undervalued and another who felt held-up.  This wizard, by his manner, his aura of deep experience, his finesse, pulled both sides from the brink and avoided a mini-Armageddon.  The same week, I watched a relatively young practitioner teach two much younger entrepreneurs the cost of deadlock and how to avoid it.  Again, it was a lawyer who made the world run more smoothly for everyone’s benefit. 

I don’t have any data to support this idea, but my best guess is that the world could use more of these “good lawyering moments.”  They certainly are a thing of beauty.  Something Zaring may suggest is valuable for its own sake.  But I’m content with their more practical value.


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