Courting Justice: From the NY Yankees V. Major League Baseball to Bush V. Gore 1997-2000

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Miamax, Oct 12, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 496 pages
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David Boies, the man dubbed by The New York Times as "the lawyer that everyone wants" is at the forefront of American legal icons -- his battle defending Vice President Al Gore during the 2000 Florida recount frenzy has earned him the moniker "the Michael Jordan of the courtroom." In his memoir, Boies brings to life his personal details, from an unassuming boyhood in small-town Illinois to the brief career as a cardsharp that honed his photographic memory, to the hard lessons he learned in law school along with his high-profile battles at trial. His clients have included Calvin Klein, Don Imus, Gary Shandling, and major corporations like Napster and CBS. Eye-opening and compulsively readable, Courting Justice is a remarkable insider's look at the upper stratosphere of American litigation.

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Review: Courting Justice: From NY Yankees v. Major League Baseball to Bush v. Gore, 1997-2000

User Review  - Todd - Goodreads

While Boies is certainly a brilliant lawyer and has certainly been involved in many interesting cases, he's not exactly an entertaining author. This book needed a serious editing job. Even though I'm ... Read full review

Review: Courting Justice: From NY Yankees v. Major League Baseball to Bush v. Gore, 1997-2000

User Review  - Denise - Goodreads

former boss ... he rocks! (right Jess?) Read full review

About the author (2005)

David Boies was born in Sycamore, Illinois on March 11, 1941. He received a B.S. from Northwestern University in 1964, an LL.B. from Yale University in 1966, and an LL.M. from New York University in 1967. He is a trial lawyer, who has litigated numerous cases including Westmoreland v. CBS, United States v. Microsoft, and Bush v. Gore. He is the author of several books including Courting Justice, Public Control of Business, and Redeeming the Dream: The Case for Marriage Equality.

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