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Book Review: ‘Justice in June,’ by Barbara Levenson

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Take this book along on your summer vacation for some good reading sunning on the beach sipping a cool one. Read More »

Interview: Ken Malovos, Author of ‘Contempt of Court’

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"I hope that readers will have a new appreciation for how hard trial lawyers work every day." Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Advocate’

Sachin Mehta and Kristina Klebe in The Advocate

The Advocate is a legal and moral thriller that looks at hard questions of equal justice under a rule of law that is skewed to acquit the wealthy. Is justice possible when the justice system is broken? Ask the advocate. Read More »

Interview: Tamas Harangi, Writer/Director of ‘The Advocate’

With the cast of The Advocate. Tamas Harangi is in the center. At the Dances With Films Festival

Tomas Harangi's first indie feature film, 'The Advocate,' screened at various festivals and will play at the 13th Hungarian Film Festival on November 17 before its DVD release November 19. Read More »

Interview: William Landay, Author of Defending Jacob

"...the scientific question of the 'murder gene' [is] the very real science which suggests that a predisposition to violence may indeed be a genetically heritable trait." Read More »

Interview: Chris Shella, Author of Reasonable Facsimile

When it comes to legal thrillers, Chris Shella knows his stuff! Read More »

An Interview With Marcia Clark, Author of Guilt by Association

Probably best known as a prosecutor in OJ Simpson's criminal case, Clark gives novel writing a try. Read More »

Book Review: The Last Witness by Joel Goldman

Classy, stylish noir at its very best. Read More »

An Interview With Ron Liebman About His Novel, Jersey Law

A lawyer-turned-novelist talks about the career change and his new book. Read More »

Book Review: A Conflict of Interest by Adam Mitzner

Much more than a legal thriller. Read More »