A lawyer surplus equals doom to society? Is Santa stocking up on extra coal for this author? Whatever happened to the old adage that everyone hates lawyers until they need one?
The glut of law school graduates the U.S. has produced over the last three decades – along with wage stagnation and income inequality, are indicators of societal destabilization, according to Peter Turchin, anthropology professor at the University of Connecticut and author of War and Peace and War: The Rise and Fall of Empires.
Read: Is A Lawyer Surplus Dooming American Society? at Today’s General Counsel