Fiction goes to court: favorite stories of lawyers and the law selected by famous lawyers

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Albert P. Blaustein
Greenwood Press, 1977 - Fiction - 303 pages
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"In this anthology are eighteen stories chosen from the favorite reading of the legal profession. Here are stories portraying the majesty of the law, the drama of its human conflict, and the humor which is an inevitable by-product of the administration of justice in a democracy. Here are the stories about great lawyers--and about the neophytes at the bar." From the editor's preface

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Contents

The Dog Andrew by Arthur Train Selected
31
The Blushing Beginner and the Bearded Juryman
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The Law and the Profits by Octavus Roy Cohen
93
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