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Perhaps this book could become required reading at law schools to teach more about what it means to be a real lawyer.
Rather its chapters address the subject matters with which Judge Friendly's clear and concise but well reasoned and fully researched opinions dealt.
More than the author, apparently, I think this period of working with LDB shaped Friendly's work habits and personality.
Fully realizes Judge Posner's amusing blurb: he's against judicial biographies, except for this one.Published 10 days ago by Steven
An outstanding piece of scholarship and a magnificent tribute to an iconic jurist. A must read for all lovers of insightful biography. Readable, engrossing and thought provoking. Read morePublished 18 months ago by James D. Zirin
This was a very comprehensive bio. Unfortunately Judge Friendly was a great jurist but a relatively uninteresting personality. I M glad I read this book.Published 19 months ago by Christopher Krueger