St. Mary's Law Journal
If you are a lawyer, you will deal with value. "Value," here, means the valuation of something. And all lawyers must concern themselves with this, in some way, at some point. Business lawyers, of course, help clients craft business plans, transactional strategies, and documents. Essentially, these are entirely directed to exchanges of value. Litigation lawyers, too, are effectively always contesting matters of value-lawsuits turn on the value of goods, opportunities, injuries, or any number of things. Family lawyers, government lawyers, criminal lawyers-all lawyers must deal with items or things of value at some point.
Chad J. Pomeroy, Appraising Problems, Not Stuff, 52 St. Mary's L. J. 495 (2021).