December 3, 2020 at 6PM ET
Trial School’s Top Shelf Book Club is back! In this session, we will be discussing Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury by Benjamin Bycel, Harry M. Caldwell, and Michael S Lief.
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury is a collection of closing arguments from ten noteworthy cases. In this session of Top Shelf, our discussion will be focused on:
Chapter 2: Clarence Darrow’s own bribery trials of 1912-1913
Chapter 4: Gerry Spence’s Silkwood trial of 1979December 3, 2020
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