By: Ainsley Brown
I was sent this video by my cousin Kia and I thought it worthwhile to share it here on Commercial Law International. It is a lecture given by Phillip K. Howard, the author of The Death of Common Sense, and founder of the not-for-profit Common Good. As taken from its website: “Common Good is a non-profit, non-partisan legal reform coalition dedicated to restoring common sense to America. By conducting polls, hosting forums, and engaging with leaders in health care, education, law, business, and public policy from across the country, Common Good is developing practical solutions to restore reliability to our legal system and minimize the impact of legal fear in American life.” The lecture follows this mission statement to a tee and proposes four ways the US legal system can be reformed for the better.