A summer ago, I wrote a piece titled “What Lawyers Can Learn from Uber.” The article got some nice play, but like so much of what happens online today, the Internet and I quickly forgot about it.

Then, early this past May I spoke at a New York State Bar event on the changing landscape of the legal profession at which I was asked, and embarrassingly a bit unprepared to answer, a question about that piece. I fumbled through, but I’ve been thinking about the piece and some of my newer realizations ever since.

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