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Advocacy as History? That Takes the Prize!

Elena Dana Neacsu

Title:
Advocacy as History? That Takes the Prize!
Author(s):
Neacsu, Elena Dana
Date:
Type:
Reviews
Department(s):
Diamond Law Library
Volume:
45
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Book/Journal Title:
Santa Clara Law Review
Abstract:
"Gulag: A History", the recipient of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for general non-fiction, may be particularly well received by lawyers and law students because they can appreciate author Anne Applebaum's writing skills. Gulag reads like a lawyer's product: a conclusion replete with facts and arguments. Those who enjoy perfecting their legal skills while reading for pleasure should read this review. Gulag is, in essence, a successful legal brief.
Subject(s):
Law--Methodology
Legal briefs
Law
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