Carole Silver, Getting Real About Globalization and Legal Education: Potential and Perspectives for the U.S.
24 Stan. L. & Pol'y Rev. 457 (2013)
Globalization's influence permeates the economy, the state, and civil society, and is felt no less in law than in other fields. For future lawyers, this influence is as significant as technological competence. Just as e-mail, texting, Facebook, and tweets are part of the lexicon and skill-set for the current generation of law graduates, and have remarkably changed patterns of work over the last twenty-five years, so will tomorrow's lawyers be required to understand how to work in a globally diverse environment--whether based on relationships with clients, business executives, jurors, regulators, or other lawyers--as well as in contexts shaped by globalization.