What is the future of our economy, legal education, and the legal profession? And what is the role of legal apprenticeship in this transformation? Here it is, summed up in a cartoon-packed talk at Stanford Law School
In 1971, Blasi wasn’t interested in going to law school. As his work in the social justice movements of the 1970s progressed, he did meet attorneys that were working on issues that resonated with his activist sensibilities, and his perspective about the law began to change. Now, forty years after starting California’s Law Office Study Program (LOSP), Blasi is a decorated Professor Emeritus of UCLA Law School. How did that happen?