David Boies (“the Michael Jordan of trial attorneys,” as he was introduced at Wednesday’s Lawyers’ Club of San Francisco annual California Supreme Court lunch) called for members of the legal profession to do more to help people get justice in a cost-effective way.

“It costs too much to litigate today,” said Boies, founder and chairman of Boies, Schiller & Flexner, upon accepting his Access to Justice award at the lunch.

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