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Book Reviews

Credit Nation: Property Laws and Institutions in Early America

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The American system of property and credit is unique, and gives rise to many keystones of American life. The 30-year...

Miami Memoirs

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Life is a journey, they say, and in Miami Memoirs, attorney emeritus Lewis M. Ress takes us on an episodic...


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Incognito, written after Terry Lewis left the Tallahassee circuit court bench on which he served for 30 years, is clearly...

Land Use Law in Florida

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Land use law has a tremendous impact on how every person in the United States lives. City planning and local...

Medical Malpractice Litigation: How It Works, Why Tort Reform Hasn’t Helped

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Over the last year especially, public policy makers have been reminded continually about their obligation to “follow the science.” In...

Bow Wow Needs A “Real” Lawyer: A Public Defender’s Life

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Recently, the Chicago Tribune quoted Tennessee law professor Benjamin Barton as stating, “only 44[%] of Big Law lawyers report satisfaction...

On Board: The Insider’s Guide to Surviving Life in the Boardroom

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What can an attorney learn from a book about non-profit boards by a BBC newscaster and arts administrator? In the...

On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century

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Although published in 2017 and only about 100 pages in length, On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century is...

Speech Police: The Global Struggle to Govern the Internet

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Once upon the early 21st century, the internet was a decentralized space. When you knocked on its door, a web...

Where We Are: The State of Britain Now

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Roger Scruton (1944-2020) was a well-known British intellectual and an expert presenter of Hegel, Kant, and other philosophers. Scruton was...