I've worked in BigLaw, in-house and in NewLaw and am all too aware of the need for change in the legal profession and I love a bit of controversy. This article is both pretty damming in the topic of lack of innovation in the legal world (at one point comparing the profession to the hated tobacco industry) and calls for true disruption to make the changes desperately needed. See, too, the comment that says this article should have been published on April Fool's Day!