- A Book of Legal Lists: The Best and Worst in American Law A collection of lists of 10 (best and worst justices, cases, and so on), with short passages on each entry, this book is entertaining and accessible.
- A People's History of the Supreme Court - The story of the Court is told from the point of view of people like Hyman Rosansky, Lillian Gobitas, and Michael Hardwick.
- An Accidental Anarchist - An Accidental Anarchist shows how the killing of a humble Jewish immigrant by Chicago';s chief of police exposed the conflict between law and order in early twentieth-century America.
- Archibald Cox: Conscience of a Nation - Archibald Cox is a biography of a gifted lawyer who retained his principles in Washington, D.C.
- Ashes to Ashes - Ashes to Ashes, a history of the American tobacco industry, includes information about the current legal war.
- Attorney & Law Firm Guide to the Business of Law: Planning & Operating for Survival & Growth - Learn how to price legal services, how to decide credit extension to clients, how to bill for your work, and how to collect fees that you've worked so hard to earn.
- Being Digital - The founder of the MIT Media Lab envisions the digital future as a way of life that will ultimately transform every aspect of our society
- Big Deal: 2000 and Beyond - Bruce Wasserstein offers an ample history of corporate mergers and acquisitions for the general reader.
- Big Trouble - Big Trouble, a history of the Haywood trial, shows how the trials of the century have changed over the years.
- Body Count–Moral Poverty and How to Win America's War against Crime and Drugs - Body Count equates America's troubles involving crime and drugs with moral poverty.
- Class Action Dilemmas: Pursuing Public Goals for Private Gain - This book offers a comprehensive and practical review of mass litigation.
- Closed Chambers - In this book's portrait, the Court is partisan, not impartial.
- Computer Crime - Aimed at those who need to understand, investigate, and prosecute computer crimes of all kinds.
- East and West: China, Power, and the Future of Asia - As a sticker on the cover announces, this is the book that Rupert Murdoch refused to publish.
- Fear of Judging: Sentencing Guidelines in the Federal Courts - A thorough, scholarly attack on the federal sentencing guidelines, Fear of Judging also proposes an alternative.
- Law on the Net - Legal resources on the internet.
- Law without Values: The Life, Work, and Legacy of Justice Holmes - In this book, University of Chicago professor Albert W. Alschuler categorically debunks the jurisprudence of the Yankee from Olympus.
- Lawyer: A Life of Counsel and Controversy - Arthur L. Liman's autobiography, completed just before his death, is a captivating review of his illustrious career.
- Legal Alchemy - This uneven book's main point is that lawyers must learn science.
- Legal Beagle: Diary of a Canine Counselor - Legal Beagle is an informative autobiographical account of the legal career of a specialist in dog law.
- Legal Language - Legal Language explains the origins, virtues, uses, and means of improving the language of the law.
- May It Please the Court: The First Amendment - The audio book May It Please the Court allows you to hear the actual arguments presented to the nation&'s highest court.
- Mean Justice: A Town's Terror, a Prosecutor's Power, a Betrayal of Innocence - In this new book, Pulitzer Prize winner Edward Humes presents a powerful case against Kern County District Attorney Ed Jagels and his prosecutors.
- Net Gain: Expanding Markets Through Virtual Communities - from Harvard Business School Press
- Net Law: How Lawyers Use the Internet - Turn the Net into an effective and efficient tool.
- New York Murder Mystery: The True Story behind the Crime Crash of the 1990s - In this book, criminologist Andrew Karmen explains the many factors at work behind the drop in crime in New York City in the 1990s.
- No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the American Criminal Justice System - No Equal Justice is a detailed, researched analysis of how the criminal justice system has been and still is structured against minorities and the poor.
- PalmPilot: The Ultimate Guide
- Portraits of Guilt: The Woman Who Profiles the Faces of America's Deadliest Criminals - Jeanne Boylan, famous for her highly accurate investigative sketches of the Unabomber and Polly Klaas kidnapping suspects, recounts her unique career and fragmented personal life.
- Privacy on the Line: The Politics of Wiretapping and Encryption - Examines a variety of issues including national security, law enforcement, commercial, and civil liberties.
- Property and Values: Alternatives to Public and Private Ownership - Property and Values offers articles by various authors about different ways of understanding land ownership and use.
- Rats in the Grain: The Dirty Tricks and Trials of Archer Daniels Midland - Those who wanted more than the media gave them about the ADM price-fixing scandal and trials can get a full account in this book.
- Reading People: How to Understand People and Predict Their Behavior–Anytime, Anyplace - In Reading People, the authors describe how to develop your intuitive and observational skills, including during voir dire.
- Reel Justice: The Courtroom Goes to the Movies - In Reel Justice, two professors examine Hollywood's version of the courtroom.
- Secrets of the Business of Law: Successful Practices for Increasing Your Profits! - Created by one of the nation's leading law practice management experts, and filled with valuable tips and practical advice for lawyers interested in the business of law. experience.
- Sex and Power - This book examines the question of why, despite the gains women have made as a result of the feminist movement, they still have little power.
- Shadow Syndromes - Shadow Syndromes analyzes how subtle disorders can derail "normal" people.
- Staying Cool - Staying Cool is a legal mystery, set in Los Angeles, about reasonable doubt and middle age.
- The Complete Palmpilot Guide
- The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence - For companies marketing online services and products via the Internet.
- The Entertainment Economy: How Mega-Media Forces Are Transforming Our Lives - Corporate adviser Michael J. Wolf shares insider stories and opinions on the business of show business.
- The Good Black: A True Story of Race in America - The Good Black tells the story of attorney Lawrence D. Mungin's racial discrimination suit against Katten Muchin & Zavis.
- The Lawyer Who Blew Up His Desk and Other Tales of Legal Madness - A collection of amusing and touching war stories, The Lawyer Who Blew Up His Desk includes the tale about how one lawyer cleared his caseload.
- The Lawyer's Guide to the Internet - An ABA publication.
- The Legal 100: A Ranking of Individuals Who Have Most Influenced the Law - This reference book includes a portrait and a short biography of each person listed, other photographs and illustrations, and a bibliography.
- The Moral Compass of the American Lawyer: Truth, Justice, Power, and Greed - In this book, real problems get idealistic but thought-provoking suggestions for solutions.
- The Privilege against Self-Incrimination: Its Origins and Development - The Privilege against Self-Incrimination argues that current interpretation has stretched the privilege beyond historical precedent.
- The Professional's Business Handbook
- The Profitable Law Office Handbook - "The Profitable Law Office Handbook: Attorney's Guide to Successful Business Planning" is a lawyer's practical guide to profit!
- Protecting Yourself Online: The Definitive Resource on Safety, Freedom, and Privacy in Cyberspace - Topics include free expression and online censorship, reconciling individual liberties with community standards, secure communications and online commerce, and the protection of intellectual property online. One chapter deals with netiquette, spam, hackers, computer viruses, and flames.
Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary - Thurgood Marshall's greatness illuminates this biography, which concentrates on the personal experience of his legal career without neglecting his failings.
- To Keep and Bear Arms: The Origins of an Anglo-American Right - Joyce Lee Malcolm's historical study backs those who argue that gun ownership is right of the private individual.
- Tool Kit for Buying & Selling a Law Practice - The "Tool Kit for Buying & Selling a Law Practice" is a complete, introductory learning system created to help you understand this rapidly evolving concept in the business of law.
- Web Security & Commerce - Topics include Digital Certificates, Encryption, browser security, and much more.
- William Kunstler: The Most Hated Lawyer in America - William Kunstler is a well-researched, even-handed account of the life of the highly controversial lawyer.
- Your Legal Career - These audio tapes would make a good gift for a law student who is entering the job market.
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