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Solomon v. Lord - It's Not a New Case, It's a Great Read

MIPTC occasionally gets advance copies of books to read, and one showed up in my inbox through the comments to this blog.  It's Solomon v. Lord, available September 2005.  I started laughing on page two; I'm halfway through the book and haven't stopped yet.  Author Paul Levine is a lawyer who's written the book for general consumption, but lawyers won't be able to put it down.  It's a startlingly accurate portrayal of criminal trial lawyers and the judicial system, and a compelling read.  You won't go wrong if it's the only book you take on vacation. 

You'll get an inside book on the law and enjoy every page.  Levine is a cross between Grisham and Leno, and the book shows it.

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Printer friendly page Permalink Email to a friend Posted by J. Craig Williams on Sunday, September 04, 2005 at 23:15 Comments Closed (0) |
 
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