Section Newsletter Articles on Book Review

Book review: Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State by Karen J. Greenberg By John Otrompke Human Rights, October 2016 Karen Greenberg’s Rogue Justice is a brief but encyclopedic account of modern times.
Book review: Go Set a Watchman By Gary T. Rafool Senior Lawyers, November 2015 A look at Harper Lee's second published book.
Book review By Gary T. Rafool Senior Lawyers, October 2015 A review of The Invisible Wall by Harry Bernstein.
Bills, Quills and Stills offers something for everyone, but most of all the serious scholar By John Otrompke Human Rights, September 2015 A review of this new release published by the ABA.
Book review By Donald L. Shriver Senior Lawyers, February 2015 A review of The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown.
Book review By Sue Liemer Women and the Law, August 2014 A new book for women in the professional workplace, What Works for Women at Work, explains the gendered behavior patterns and gendered political dynamics of the American workplace and offers a range of strategies for handling them.
Book review: Made to Stick. Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die By Janice L. Boback Women and the Law, June 2012 As lawyers, the ability to sell is important. We work as salesmen when we try to retain clients or when we try to encourage a judge to “buy” our argument.  
What determines a person’s success? You’d be surprised! By Sharon L. Eiseman Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, April 2012 A review of Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers.

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