- Title Pages
- 1 The Professional Wound
- 2 The Dark Landscape of the Profession: The Legal Academy and the Loss of Ideals
- 3 The Profession and the Loss of Professional Mythology
- 4 The Mythological Function of the Lost Ideals
- 5 The Negative Archetype in Professional Mythology
- 6 Professional Mythology and the Loss of Community
- 7 Why the Profession Should Be Saved
- 8 A Preface to New Ideals: Coming to Terms with the Historical Masculinity of the Profession
- 9 Realizing the Feminine in Lawyers' Work: Conceiving a New Ideal of Power
- 10 Beginning the Lawyer's Inner Journey: New Models and Heros
- 11 Something Greater than Oneself: Envisioning a New Ideal, Understanding Lawyers' Faith
- 12 Pursuing the Lawyers' Faith: Reconvening the Campfire, Creating Storytelling Models for a Broader Ideal of Justice
- 13 The Roles of Law Schools and the Bar in Conceiving a New Profession
- Appendix A A Model Mentoring Program for Young Lawyers
- Appendix B A Model Mentoring Program for Law Students
- Attachment A Duties of Statewide Mentoring Coordinator
- The Lawyer's Myth
- University of Chicago Press
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