Consumer activist, politician and lawyer Ralph Nader sought to put the legal profession on trial in a University of Connecticut School of Law moot courtroom last month. His chief complaint: America's lawyers have done too little to head off government policies Nader labeled unconstitutional. He contrasted that with protests by Pakistan's lawyers last year when that country's leader threatened the integrity of its justice system. "Did you see our beloved profession up in arms here?" Nader asked.
Ralph Nader Calls Out Legal Profession, Law Schools
The Connecticut Law Tribune
December 7, 2009