Douglas Litowitz, an Ohio attorney and author, has chosen a title for his latest work that practically guarantees rousing debate at law firms and campuses everywhere: “The Destruction of Young Lawyers.”

At 163 pages, including footnotes and index, the just-published opus is slim. But it cuts into the academic establishment, bar authorities and big-firm law like a shiv.

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