David B. Wilkins

Lester Kissel Professor of Law

Director, Program on the Legal Profession

Vice Dean for Global Initiatives on the Legal Profession

Bibliography

Representative Publications

  • Wilkins, David B. "Why Global Law Firms Should Care about Diversity: Five Lessons from the American Experience," 2 European Journal of Law Reform 415 (2000).
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  • Wilkins, David B. "Everyday Practice Is the Troubling Case: Confronting Context in Legal Ethics" in Everyday Practice and Trouble Cases (Northwestern University Press, 1998).
  • Wilkins, David B. & Mitu G. Gulati. "Reconceiving the Tournament of Lawyers: Tracking, Seeding, and Information Control in the Internal Labor Markets of Elite Law Firms," 84 Virginia Law Review 1581 (1998).
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  • Wilkins, David B. & Mitu G. Gulati. "Why Are There So Few Black Lawyers in Corporate Law Firms?: An Institutional Analysis," 84 California Law Review 493 (1996).
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  • Wilkins, David B. "Who Should Regulate Lawyers?" 105 Harvard Law Review 801 (1992).

Bibliography

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