“Someone should <do something>!”
“Someone should <change something>!”
“Someone should <fix something>!”
I’ve uttered these phrases. Maybe you have as well. You’ve certainly heard them said.
So many of the challenges and opportunities we see could be realized if only “someone” would do the thing that opens the door, addresses the negative, or creates the good.
So who is this “someone,” and what’s preventing them from acting?
Whether are talking about the practice of law or the business of law, the administration of justice or access to justice, the making of law or the application of law, the “someone” in . . . [more]