This book spent 26 weeks on Publisher Weekly’s bestsellers list, and with good reason. Written by acclaimed attorney Gerry Spence, the book breaks down the 10 laws of arguing and teaches attorneys how to win in and out of the courtroom.
One of two books written jointly by lawyer and professor Bryan A. Garner and Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. The book offers advice from the perspective of a Judge and helps attorneys craft persuasive and concise arguments.
Bob Woodward was part of the two man team who broke the Watergate scandal wide open. In this book, he turns his attention to the Supreme Court. The book provides an inside look at the Supreme Court Justices at the time. Although the book is nearly 40 years old, it remains gripping and relevant.
For his 6th book, Jeffrey Toobin conducted extensive interviews with the Supreme Court Justices and several former law clerks. The book offers a unique look into the lives of the individual justices and was critically acclaimed for its candor and insight.
This book is a great resource for lawyers and anyone else who wants to work on presenting and defending their points. It’s relatively short, but it packs a lot of information in its 200 pages. It makes a perfect gift for law students and graduates.