26. July 2011 16:32
Saw this post by the ABA Journal: 30 Lawyers Pick 30 Books Every Lawyer Should Read
Surprisingly some of these books are not necessarily about lawyers, legal topics, or politics. Some are, but not all. As the post explains, these books are: "Sometimes for better, sometimes for worse, they help us define who and what we are—or what we are a part of, or what we have and can yet endure."
What is a book you'd recommend now that summer is coming to an end?