The late Irving Younger told eager aspiring trial lawyers that they could gain valuable trial experience not only by actually trying cases but through reading great books about trials and law. With this idea in mind, this book distills and discusses the lessons of some of the greatest literature about law and trials. From the ancient Greeks to Shakespeare to Dickens to Harper Lee and beyond you will find great history and practical lessons about the law, the practice of law and the theory, facts, mechanics and practical reality of litigation.
Summary of Contents:
Introduction | Practical Realities/Life as a Lawyer | Revenge | Corruption and the Sick Society | Evidence | Guilt | Sexuality | The Good Lawyer | There’s Something Happening Here But You Don’t Know What It Is | Law and Disorder | Conclusion.
Number of Pages: 154