A lawyer without books is like a workman without tools. – Thomas Jefferson
There are all sorts of books of which the backs and covers are the best parts. –Charles Dickens
A good book is opened with expectation and closed with profit. – Amos Bronson Alcott
The Lawyer’s Curse – Badly Written Rubbish
I know all of you reading can appreciate this: I’m sitting in my office trying to find an answer to an immigration-family law question. A pricey immigration family-law book spreads before me. I’m pressed for time and need the answer quickly. I read a page. Frustrated, I go back one page and read that. Then I reread the initial page. Then I read both pages again, in order.
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