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William D. Henderson

Faculty bibliography for Professor Henderson

Editorials & Commentaries

William Henderson

Stephen F. Burns Professor of Law


Well-Timed Solutions for Legal Education and the Bar44 LAW PRACTICE 56 (July/Aug. 2018). [HeinOnline]

Efficiency Engines, 104 ABA JOURNAL 38 (June 2017). [HeinOnline]

Five Strategies of Top Law Firms (with Evan Parker), THE AMERICAN LAWYER (Jan. 3, 2017).

The Legal Profession's "Last Mile Problem"LAW.COM (July 19, 2017).

Market Restructuring and Lateral Partner-Hiring18 PRACTICE INNOVATIONS 10 (Oct. 2017).

Talent Systems for Law Firms2017 PD QUARTERLY 5 (Feb. 2017). [SSRN]

Underestimate Harvard's New Admissions Strategy at Your Own RiskLAW.COM (Mar. 30, 2017).

The Most Prized Lateral of 2015 Wasn't a Partner (with Chris Zorn), THE AMERICAN LAWYER (Feb.1, 2016).

An Rx for Lateral Heartache (with Chris Zorn), THE AMERICAN LAWYER (Feb. 9, 2016).

Solving the Legal Profession's Diversity Problem, 2016 PD QUARTERLY 23 (Feb. 2016). [SSRN]

Ten Questions to Ask About Your Firm's Future (with Evan Parker), THE AMERICAN LAWYER (Jan.1, 2016).

How to Take Market Share, THE AMERICAN LAWYER (Oct. 2015) at 2.

What the Jobs Are: New Tech, New Client Needs Create a New Field of Legal Operations, 101 ABA JOURNAL 36 (Oct. 2015). [HeinOnline]

Your Firm's Place in the Legal Market (with Evan Parker), THE AMERICAN LAWYER 102 (Dec. 2015).

Human Capital Accounting40 LAW PRACTICE 33 (Sept./Oct. 2014). [HeinOnline]

Living Through a Paradigm Shift, NALP BULLETIN (Aug. 2014) at 10.

Of Partners and Peacocks (with Christopher Zorn), THE AMERICAN LAWYER (Feb. 2014) at 53.

Supercharging Lawyer Development Through FeedbackNALP BULLETIN (June 2014) at 12.

Losing the Law Business2013 CAYMAN FINANCIAL REVIEW 78 (1st Quarter, 2012).

Playing Not to Lose (with Christopher Zorn), THE AMERICAN LAWYER (Feb. 2013) at 56.

Question Authority22 THE NATIONAL JURIST 22 (Jan. 2013).

Sea Change in the Legal Market, NALP BULLETIN (Aug. 2013) at 10.

What Every Law Student Needs to Excel as an Attorney: Introducing the Fromm Six, 22 THE NATIONAL JURIST 20 (March, 2013).

Who's Eating Law Firms' Lunch? The Legal Service Providers, Law Schools and New Grads at the Table (with Rachel M. Zahorsky), 99 ABA JOURNAL 32 (Oct. 2013). [HeinOnline]

With All Due Respect, Mr. President, THE AMERICAN LAWYER (online) (Sept. 2013).

Diversity by the Numbers, NALP BULLETIN (July 2012).

The Inferiority Complex of Law Schools21 THE NATIONAL JURIST 4 (Mar. 2012).

Is a Great Lawyer Born or Made?21 THE NATIONAL JURIST 6 (Jan. 2012).

The Law School Bubble: Federal Loans Inflate College Budgets, but How Long Will that Last if Law Grads Can't Pay Their Bills? (with Rachel M. Zahorsky), 98 ABA JOURNAL 30 (Jan. 2012). [HeinOnline]

Legal Education: Lawyers and Law School Reform (with Andrew P. Morriss), 100 ILLINOIS BAR JOURNAL 414 (Aug. 2012).

More Complex than GreedTHE AMERICAN LAWYER (online) (May 29, 2012).

The Pedigree Problem: Are Law School Ties Choking the Profession? (with Rachel M. Zahorsky), 98 ABA JOURNAL 36 (July 2012). [HeinOnline]

Rise and Fall, THE AMERICAN LAWYER (June 2012).

Why Are We Afraid of the Future of Law?, 21 THE NATIONAL JURIST 8  (Sept. 2012).

The Client-Focused Lawyer20 THE NATIONAL JURIST 62 (Jan. 2011).

Has the Traditional Law Firm Reached Its High Water Mark?20 THE NATIONAL JURIST 4 (Feb. 2011).

How the Rankings Arms Race Has Undercut Lawyer Morality20 THE NATIONAL JURIST 8 (Mar. 2011).

Milbank's Big Bet, THE AMERICAN LAWYER (May 2011).

Paradigm Shift (with Rachel M. Zahorsky), 97 ABA JOURNAL 40 (July 2011). [HeinOnline]

Seduced by Legal Brands21 THE NATIONAL JURIST 4 (Sept. 2011).

Why Hands-On Training Is Not Enough21 THE NATIONAL JURIST 4 (Oct. 2011).

The Class of 2009: Recession or Restructuring?, 22 NALP BULLETIN 17 (July 2010).

Why the Job Market Is Changing20 THE NATIONAL JURIST 20 (Nov. 2010).

The Bursting of the Pedigree Bubble, 21 NALP BULLETIN 1 (July 2009).

The New Math of Legal Education (with Andrew P. Morriss), 12 THE YOUNG LAWYER 1 (July, 2008).

What Rankings Don’t Say About Costly Choices (with Andrew P. Morriss), THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL (April 14, 2008).

Rank Economics: Law Schools Have No One to Blame but Themselves for the Power of U.S. News Rankings (with Andrew J. Morriss), THE AMERICAN LAWYER 81 (June, 2007).