Law Books


The Revised Penal Code: Criminal Law Book One
The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court
Property
Making Your Case: The Art of Persuading Judges
Gideon's Trumpet
The Law on Obligations and Contracts
The Revised Penal Code: Criminal Law Book Two
Getting to Maybe: How to Excel on Law School Exams
Constitutional Law
Contracts: Cases and Materials (University Casebook Series)
The Client
Glanville Williams: Learning the Law
Civil Code Of The Philippines Annotated (Volume I)
The Federalist Papers
Statutory Construction
Intellectual Property Law by Victor D. LopezHistorical and Theological Foundations of Law by John EidsmoeDivorce Demystified by Henry GornbeinThe Law Book by Michael H. RofferCan You Stiff Your Divorce Lawyer? Tales of How Cunning Clien... by Portia Porter
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Lemony Snicket
But one type of book that practically no one likes to read is a book about the law. Books about the law are notorious for being very long, very dull, and very difficult to read. This is one reason many lawyers make heaps of money. The money is an incentive - the word "incentive" here means "an offered reward to persuade you to do something you don't want to do - to read long, dull, and difficult books.
Lemony Snicket, The Bad Beginning