Posts from the ‘Book Reviews’ category

Book Review: Her Kind of Case by Jeanne Winer

    ee Isaacs is a 59-year-old Boulder criminal defense attorney with 35 years of experience, a deceased husband, and a recent courtroom loss that has…

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Book Review: Seeing Through Legalese

  By Mark Cohen Seeing Through Legalese is Professor Joseph Kimble‚Äôs second book of essays on the use plain of language in law. Prof. Kimble taught…

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“Communication Snacks: 52 Bite-Sized Communication Tips for the Busy Professional” ~ A Book Review by Eric Jaworski

Sometimes you do not know you are hungry until you see or smell a plate of food. I did not know I was in need of…

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Book Review: Appealing for Justice ~ By Emma Garrison

Appealing for Justice retraces the career of Jean Eberhart Dubofsky, the first woman appointed to the Colorado Supreme Court and the lead counsel for the landmark…

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The Buffalo Creek Disaster: Profiles in Heroism ~ By Eden Rolland

In the early morning hours of February 26, 1972, after several days of rain, a coal mining impoundment dam, situated at the top of a narrow…

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