Thursday, June 19, 2014

Books: The Good Lawyer

Naomi Cahn's book review for Concurring Opinions on The Good Lawyer by Doug Linder and Nancy Levit.  The "good lawyer" possesses certain qualities:

Those attributes are addressed in nine of the book’s ten chapters, and they range from empathy to moral courage, cognitive skills, willpower, civility, honesty, and open-mindedness. As they explore the good lawyers’ attributes, the authors draw on behavioral economics, Tonglen Buddhism, cognitive psychology, and the law to support and explain their point

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