30 Prominent Lawyers Each Recommend a Book Lawyers Should Read
Via the Legal Writing Prof Blog, I found a great piece in the August ABA Journal in which 30 prominent lawyers each offer one recommendation for a book that "they’d recommend to other lawyers—a book they might not have already read or may have overlooked or might not know." Top lawyers including Roy Black, Fred H. Bartlit Jr., Robert B. Barnett, Kenneth Feinberg and Brendan V. Sullivan Jr. participated in the article, explaining why the book they suggested was special to them in some way.
I have not read many of the 30 books, but I have read, loved and hereby "second" the recommendations by Dahlia Lithwick ("One L," by Scott Turow) and Abbe Lowell ("The Man to See," by Evan Thomas). Some of the other other books that look particularly interesting to me that I will be adding to my reading list include:
Posted by Bruce Carton on August 1, 2011 at 04:53 PM | Permalink
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