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August 03, 2013

25 Greatest Law Novels Ever

The American Bar Association polled lawyers from all over the country and asked them to vote for their favorite.  Here's the list.  Is your favorite novel on the list?  Or do you have another novel that you prefer?  Put your answer in the comment section below!

Foreword

 

The authors represented in this list are as follows:

John Grisham, Harper Lee, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Charles Dickens, Franz Kafka, Victor Hugo, Herman Melville, Scott Turow, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Tom Wolfe, Theodore Dreiser, John Jay Osborne Jr., Richard Wright, Albert Camus, Herman Wouk, Zora Neale Hurston, Leon Uris, Alexandre Dumas, Margaret Atwood, John D. Voelker, Ayn Rand, Walter Van Tilburg Clark, Jane Gardam.

I must confess that I've read very few of the novels on this list.  My tastes go toward John Grisham and Michael Connelly.  I really have to expand my world!!!

 

 

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