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Top 5 Law Books every Lawyer/Student must Read

  1. THE RULE OF LAW – Tom Bingham

The top 5 law books for lawyers/students – The highly recommended book by lawyers is RULE OF LAW . Its about  “ that all persons and authorities within the state, whether public or private ,should be bound by and entitled to the benefit of laws publicly made, taking effect in the future and publicly administered in the courts.

2. THE TRIAL Franz Kafka

This novel is all about laws and equality. But Kafka view is- LAW IS ABSTRACT . the law talks about equality and justice. But does the country exist where the concept is absolutely followed

This novel doesn’t point towards a specific laws, but The LAW in general. The most interesting part of the novel is it also shows the corruption and lust of the judge in the courts

3. STORYTELLING FOR LAWYERS – Philip Meyer

This law novel is a very interesting one and must read for those who are associated with law , because it talks about how the best attorneys can transform a simple set of factual circumstances in to a fascinating and believable narrative which has the ability to capture the hearts and minds of everyone in the court room.

This also defines the role of evidence in the courtroom.

4. ANONYMOUS LAWYER – Jeremy Blachman

This law book is all about the struggling lawyer, and experiences of a dynamic lawyer who endeavors to become chairman of his firm.  His lust for power and to achieve goals has no boundaries there were several obstacles he face to reach to its ultimate goal including his wife who spends money as soon as he earns it and bitter rivals

5. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD – Harper LEE

This novel says that in our common knowledge lawyers are considered as selfish, uncommunicative, and questionable integrity , this novel contrast with this image of an lawyer

THE MOCKINGBIRD is the symbol of innocence in the novel  “ shoot all the blue birds you want , if you can hit them , but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird ” it is in itself an picture for this message.

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