A Lawyer Writes is the reference, education writing, law, and legal writing book that contains tips and techniques for law students. Christine Nero Coughlin is the author of this fascinating book. It is the new and updated edition of the book that follows the foundational principles of analysis, critical reading, and writing an inappropriate way. This is a perfect book that shows the reader how to succeed in the practice of law and in law school. It follows students towards the understanding of reading and how to use the information for the best purposes.
“The Tools of Argument: How the Best Lawyers Think, Argue, and Win” is a great book for the new lawyer. Joel P. Trachtman is the guy behind this book. Joel is Professor of International Law at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. He has published six academic books and over 80 scholarly articles on the law. In this book, he shares some techniques and tips through which new layer can boost their analytic thinking. It presents the powerful tools of argument that have been honed through the ages in the discipline of law.
This book has the ability to boost the analytical thinking and foundational legal knowledge of law student or new lawyer, a business professional or a government official. It leads one through all aspects of reasoned argumentation. Upon completion, one is capable of understanding the techniques utilized by advocates to advance their positions. In summary, it is indispensable for anyone who is involved with any business negotiation.
The “Truth in Our Times: Inside the Fight for Press Freedom in the Age of Alternative Facts” is a great book about law and judiciary. David E. McCraw is the author of this book. In Truth in Our Times Deputy General Counsel of the New York Times David E. McCraw offers a concise and engaging look at the centrality of freedom of the press to a democratic society. Deputy general counsel of the New York Times writer David E. McCraw gives us a firsthand account of fighting for the free press and the First Amendment in the Age of Trumpism when DJT is at constant war with liberal democracy and the press-specifically The New York Times. McCraw warns we live in a time where a significant portion of the population has an appetite for a totalitarian joke monster. Now we live in a time when the president demands that laws be changed to rein in First Amendment freedoms and denounces the press as the enemy of the people, a stain on society, and traffickers in fake news. The problem is not so much that he says all of that, the problem is how well it plays, delighting crowds that, in frenzy, turn to jeer the assembled press-corps covering the event.
McCraw in this book has waged war against alternative facts. He wants to win the hearts and minds of the American people by waking up their passion for the First Amendment by showing the legal battles The New York Times has been fighting and fighting still against Trump and his henchmen. We must not, McCraw urges, become numb to the repetition of evil until it numbs us, becoming the banality of evil, a phrase McCraw borrows from Hannah Arendt throughout the book. In many ways, Truth in Our Times is a love letter to the First Amendment.
“Good Girl, Bad Blood” is a story of love, loss, heartbreak, and unbreakable bonds. This novel is written by Holly Jackson. This is a gorgeous story about how life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to, but if we’re willing, we can still make it a great life. It is a good compelling story, engaging, and easy to read. This is the perfect holiday novel, you can pick it up and get straight back into the story. The novel “Good Girl, Bad Blood” is an enjoyable story that moves along at a good pace.
It is not too quickly, but at a pace that keeps the reader engaged waiting to discover the outcome. It has a satisfactory ending which is a little predictable but ties up all the loose ends. Some of the male characters are a little too good to be true but that doesn’t spoil any part of the story. The author switches between the two time periods effortlessly and easily which doesn’t always happen in these kinds of books. Each storyline had a richness that was only strengthened by the comparison and contrast to the other.
Every of the law student or practitioner must know about the laws implemented in the country. This is to learn about how things are the laws actually in different countries. European Private International Law Second Edition by Geert Van Calster is the most classic book on European Law as according to the name of the book. It guides the practitioners as well as the students about the private international legislation within the EU. This book is less about the national and more about the EU. As the EU Law is more important for the practitioners.
European Private International Law by Geert Van Calster explains the core private European international law including Brussels I, Rome I, and Rome II Regulations. It includes jurisdiction, applicable laws for contracts, and more. Other chapters include the recent changes the succession regulations, and impact of PIL on Social responsibility and freedom of establishment. For the Queen Mary University of London, UEF Law School, Finland, it is the most useful text with all the basic concepts of conflicts and laws. It is the most recommended book for law students.
The increasing number of suicides all over the world is really alarming. There is a need of counseling to go to the reason behind the suicide and prevent it. Talking about America, there are different circumstances which lead toward suicide. American Psychology-Law Society is working hard to decrease the number of suicides in America. Considering the Laws, for the past 4 decades, the laws are aimed to prevent suicide. But, increasingly, laws are aimed to facilitates it. Rational Suicide, Irrational Laws: Examining Current Approaches to Suicide in Policy and Law (American Psychology-Law Society Series) by Susan Stefan is a counseling book which focuses on the laws including civil commitment, malpractice, criminal, and constitutional laws.