RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)


Homer O. Blair


An explanation of what technologically-trained lawyers ordinarily do as corporate employees. Lawyers with such training, while not members of the "public," have traditionally played a very small role in dealing with safety issues. It is strongly urged that they may be of great help in preventing harm which would be expensive, at best, to redress.

Repository Citation

Homer O. Blair, The Role of Technologically Trained Corporate Lawyers in Managing Risk, 1 RISK 83 (1990).