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Book Reviews

Gorsuch: The Judge Who Speaks for Himself

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Author John Greenya has penned several books on Washington politics, and collaborated on a handful more, so this short, 200-page...

Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America

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“All of us in the public defender’s office fear the Martin Luther King speech.” Forman’s first line in this winner...

Florida’s Other Courts: Unconventional Justice in the Sunshine State

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Florida’s legal history is rich and varied due to the many nations and cultures that have stamped their imprint on...

The Laws of Style: Sartorial Excellence for the Professional Gentleman

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At a time when it appears there are no rules about what is appropriate to wear at the office or...

April 2018 Books

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Seeing Through Legalese: More Essays on Plain Language by Joseph Kimble Reviewed by Craig Lewis In the preface to his...

The Fight to Vote

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  It seems counterintuitive that this review of a history book would begin with “as of the date of this...

Financial Services Mediation

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More sophisticated and specialized than other references, Practising Law Institute’s Financial Services Mediation Answer Book(2017 edition), in question and answer...

Scalia Speaks: Reflections on Law, Faith, and Life Well Lived

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When we remember Justice Antonin Scalia — or most any Supreme Court justice, living or dead — what we recall...

Ideology in the Supreme Court

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The recent confirmation hearing for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch was just the latest battle over the ideological composition...

The Supreme Court of Florida: A Journey Toward Justice, 1972-1987

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Neil Skene’s The Supreme Court of Florida: A Journey Toward Justice, 1972-1987, is well written, informative, and very entertaining. The...