A few years ago, the American Bar Association published an article based on interviews with 30 well-known attorneys who were invited to identify what books they have read and would recommend for "pleasure reading." In turn, as the Fourth of July weekend approaches, the Connecticut Law Tribune's Editorial Board is offering a similar array of recommendations for summer reading.
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- Updated: $3M Med-Mal Verdict Comes After Doctor Admits Error
- Conn.-Based Crabtree & Evelyn Names New General Counsel
- Court Upholds $1 Million Priest Abuse Verdict, Rejects Church Challenge to State Law
- Law Tribune Seeking New Leaders in the Law Nominations