The Trouble with Law Is Lawyers

The Trouble with Law Is Lawyers

by Randy Voorhees
     
 

It's a good thing lawyers are thick-skinned. From Dostoyevsky calling lawyers "a conscience for hire" to notorious bank robber Willie Sutton equating the legal profession to his own line of work, the world is filled with quotable quotes about those who practice law. The Trouble with Law Is Lawyers is a collection of the most scathing of these.Quite possibly the

Overview


It's a good thing lawyers are thick-skinned. From Dostoyevsky calling lawyers "a conscience for hire" to notorious bank robber Willie Sutton equating the legal profession to his own line of work, the world is filled with quotable quotes about those who practice law. The Trouble with Law Is Lawyers is a collection of the most scathing of these.Quite possibly the most insufferable, cursed group of "professionals" in the world, lawyers have a long, illustrious list of critics, including Shakespeare, F. Lee Bailey, and Alan Dershowitz. You'll find them all in this vicious little volume.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780740718939
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication date:
10/28/2001
Series:
Little Bks.
Edition description:
MINIATURE
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
3.84(w) x 3.42(h) x 0.47(d)

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Meet the Author


Randy Voorhees, author of You're an Over-the-Hill Golfer When . . . and You Might Be a Golf Nut If . . ., is also an editor and an agent with Mountain Lion, Inc., a book packager specializing in sports. Randy and his wife live in New Jersey.

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