Topics like unbundling of legal services or limited-scope-representation may sound like academic exercises or impractical theories to many busy practicing lawyers. But when John T. Broderick Jr., the chief justice of New Hampshire, and Ronald M. George, the chief justice of California, pen an Op-Ed piece titled A Nation of Do-it-Yourself Lawyers for The New York Times maybe you owe it to yourself to read it and think about the concepts more.