In The Trouble with Lawyers, Stanford Law Professor Deborah Rhode chronicles problems endemic in the legal profession. Numerous empirical studies show that lawyers tend to be among the least-satisfied and most unhappy professionals, and that the commitments to diversity, pro bono activity, and other worthy aims often fall by the wayside, with the push for profits in a highly-competitive and contentious system. But, Prof. Rhode, one of the nation's leading scholars of the legal profession, shows that it does not have to be this way. In this Happy Lawyering question-and-answer discussion, Prof. Rhode will not only illustrate some of the problems with our profession, but how we can solve them. If we listen - and ask the right questions - we can learn how to have a happier and more fulfilling practice.