Most people go into the practice of law with some sort of goal in mind: be it justice, social reform or other “greater good” goals, or the accumulation of wealth and success. But what happens to lawyers who never achieve their goals, regardless of how selfless or selfish they were? At the ABA Journal, Adam Banner takes a look at the film Roman J. Israel, Esq. and how it illustrates that some lawyers fall short of their lifelong legal career goals. After a long legal career, the title character finds himself on the edge of the “attorney afterlife,” also known as “lawyer hell.” Click here to read the complete article.