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This week, we take a break from the legal career books to look at a book about where it all starts. Before Pre...

The King of Torts


The most recent book from best-selling author and lawyer John Grisham tackles the controversial issue of tort ...



This week, we examine Raving Fans, a book that portrays the decaying relationships between professionals and t...

''The Sea Inside''


Powerful, touching, and ultimately uplifting despite its grim subject matter, ''The Sea Inside'' explores a qu...

Murder in Mississippi


In Murder in Mississippi: United States v. Price and the Struggle for Civil Rights, professor Howard Ball writ...

Valverde's Gold


This week, reviewer James Fant reviews Valverde's Gold, an Englishman's quest for the gold of the Incas. This ...

A Question of Choice


Chronicling the road to victory in the Roe v Wade case, Sarah Weddington describes her role in the Supreme Cou...

This career book offers insight into how we need to play up our strengths to find success and happiness in our...

American Soldier


With literature on the war in Iraq piling up, one of its most prominent figures, General Tommy Franks, weighs ...

At, we try to show our readers a wide cross-section of the professional avenues available to t...

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