Lawyer: A Life of Cases, Counsel, and Controversy
During nearly half a century of practicing law, Arthur L. Liman represented the very best ideals of his profession. He was renowned both for his brilliance as a corporate lawyer and for his commitment to public service and pro bono work. Vanity Fair called him a "big trouble" lawyer -- i.e., the lawyer you call when you're in it. Advisor to four governors and two mayors, L...more
Hardcover, 416 pages
Published September 1st 1998 by PublicAffairs
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