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Books that are a must for a lawyer.

All useful books,literature & whatever else.
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>>19055426
Either you are already a lawyer and know what books you should read or you aren't a lawyer and the books I will recommend will not be useful to you.
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>>19055436
Im a law student..
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>>19055426
Read some fucking Rawls, de-positivize yourself.
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The Constitution of Liberty
Law, Legislation and Liberty
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>>19055426
>Books that are a must for a lawyer.
There really aren't any.

To do well as a student, you should summarize the cases you're assigned to read (facts, issue, etc), and build up an outline over the course of the semester, adding notes every day after class (important points the instructor makes), and then synthesize the entire outline once every week, and once a month.

If you follow this practice, you will be well prepared to succeed on your exams.

There are a lot of interesting law books, but they are not going to help you do well as a student. They're just going to take away from time that would be better spent doing the assigned reading, and working on your various course outlines.
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>The "Corpus iuris civilis"
>Pure Theory of Law (German: Reine Rechtslehre) by Hans Kelsen
>Rethoric by Aristotle
>Orator and The Orator by Cicero
>Speeches by Cicero and Demosthenes
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"The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers."
-Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part 2 Act 4, Scene 2



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