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Book Reviews

Incognito

Book Reviews
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

Book Reviews
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

Book Reviews
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

Book Reviews
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

Book Reviews
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


Book Reviews
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...

Doing Justice: A Prosecutor’s Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law

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Now more than ever, with our nation in a state of division, Doing Justice is an imperative read. It teaches...

Civics, Law and Justice — How We Became U.S.

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Judge Smith’s book, which relies on his syndicated newspaper column, is an interesting and easily understood overview of our legal...