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April Book Drive—Purchase a Book for the Library!
Each month we will seek donors to purchase a new title for the Library. Here is the book Wish List for April:
The Lawyer's Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together 2nd edition
The Lean Law Firm: Run Your Firm Like The World's Most Efficient and Profitable Businesses
Reinventing Witness Preparation: Unlocking the Secrets to Testimonial Success
Thank you to Shannon K. Mauer of Duane Morris LLP for generously donating Dissent and the Supreme Court: Its Role in the Court's History and the Nation's Constitutional Dialog, part of our February Book Drive.
Thank you to Robert Gates for generously donating The 2018 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide, part of our February Book Drive.
Please take a look at our Book Drive page to see Wish List items from prior months. We are still wishing for these books!
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Law Library Book of the Month:
Impeachment: A Citizen’s Guide
Often just a footnote in first year constitutional law classes, impeachment takes center stage in the Library’s April Book of the Month, Impeachment: A Citizen’s Guide by Cass R. Sunstein. The slim size, minimalist blue cover, and conversational tone conceal a treasure trove of information and insight into one of the lesser known clauses of the Constitution. Impeachment takes readers through the history and historical practice of this “remedy of last resort,” from the Revolutionary War, when the Framers intended this tool as a safeguard against a monarchy and officials who abused their authority, to discussions of the three presidents who have undergone various impeachment proceedings—Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Bill Clinton. Sunstein analyzes the legitimate and illegitimate grounds for removing a president from power, all the while stressing that political neutrality is key.