6 edition of America"s Lawyer-Presidents found in the catalog.
August 20, 2004
by Northwestern University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Sandra Day O"Connor (Foreword), Norman Gross (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
In America's Lawyer-Presidents: from law office to Oval Office you'll get a good look at exactly what kind of lawyer many of our Presidents were from John Adams to Bill Clinton. The list below represents just some of the Presidents chronicled in this entertaining and informative book. John S. Bonnell, Presidential Profiles: Religion in the Life of American Presidents, 82 (). Id.; Kane at ; Borneman at Borneman at Joshua W. Caldwell, Sketches of the Bench and Bar of Tennessee, (); Robert W. Johannsen, “James K. Polk: Sometime Lawyer” in America’s Lawyer-Presidents, (Norman Gross ed., ).
Though nowhere in the Constitution does it say the Commander-in-Chief must have been trained and worked as a lawyer, 26 of the 43 men who have served as President have practiced law, if only for a short bit (Woodrow Wilson). Even a few more former Presidents studied law at some point, but either did not acquire a degree or never practiced. However, studying and practicing law is not a. Not long after Lowe began representing a long-term acquaintance in her divorce, he chatted her up on the finer points of her marital sex life, told her how hot she was, and then leaned against his shelf full of impressive-looking law books, nodded suggestively toward his crotch, and said, "Eh?".
America’s Lawyer-Presidents: From Law Office to Oval Office was published by Northwestern University Press and the American Bar Association Museum of Law in September (ISBN , hardcover) $ The page book is available at your local bookstores or by calling Rainmaking Made Simple By Mark Maraia. If you’d like something interesting read about US Presidents that were also lawyers, consider this piece published in by the ABA Journal: Fascinating facts about America’s lawyer-presidents. It includes interesting facts such as: Taft had the most diverse legal career of America’s lawyer-presidents.
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America's Lawyer-Presidents, Americas Lawyer-Presidents book is the work of an impressive assembly of respected scholars, is lucid, informative, and highly engaging. The book provides intriguing biographical perspectives on the professional lives of a number of our most influential citizens, and also demonstrates yet again the profound relationship between the Format: Paperback.
America's Lawyer-Presidents: Biographies of presidents tend to emphasize their political and personal lives, rather than their professional careers. This book, which accompanies a traveling exhibit, a website, and a series of special programs, helps to fill this informational 5/5.
America's Lawyer-Presidents, which is the work of an impressive assembly of respected scholars, is lucid, informative, and highly engaging. The book provides intriguing biographical perspectives on the professional lives of a number of our most influential citizens, and also demonstrates yet again the profound relationship between Americas Lawyer-Presidents book.
America's Lawyer-Presidents: From Law Office to Oval Office Norman Gross, Editor Northwestern University Press ( ) $ (pp) Biographies of presidents tend to emphasize their political and personal lives, rather than their professional careers. Get this from a library. America's lawyer-presidents: from law office to Oval Office.
[Norman Gross;] -- "America's Lawyer-Presidents sheds light on the legal backgrounds of chief executives and describes how their experiences as lawyers affected and shaped their presidencies.
Written by historians and. Biography Book Review: America's Lawyer-Presidents: From Law Office to Oval Office by Norman Gross, Sandra Day O'Connor.
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Obama was the first African American editor of the Harvard Law Review. In honor of Presidents Day, we’ll take a look at these three presidents and 22 others who progressed from reading law books to leading a country.
Famous US Lawyer-Presidents. Some of the US presidents who got their start in law are also among the most well-known. Although he never actually attended law school, Abraham Lincoln may well be one.
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It's a coloring book with a surprising educational twist. This page coloring book features expertly rendered illustrations depicting lawyer presidents, as well as puzzles and activities. The U.S. Lawyer-Presidents Coloring and Activity Book is perfect for way to educate children about the current election, and the presidency in general.
Twenty-five of America's 43 Presidents have been lawyers. This book, edited by the di-rector of the American Bar Association's Museum of Law and part of the museum's "America's Lawyer-Presidents Project," at-tempts to shed light on how the legal ex-perience of these Presidents has affected their performance.
Some of these presidents. 25 of the 44 presidents have been lawyers; the WSJ law blog has a one other besides Barack Obama has been a graduate of Harvard Law. It would take a trivia expert (or perhaps a Harvard grad) to identify that one: Rutherford B.
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