and this is what The Times thinks lawyers should be reading on their summer holidays:
- The Art of the Advocate, by Richard Du Cann, QC, Penguin;
- Famous Trials, selected by John Mortimer, QC, Penguin;
- The Tyrannicide Brief, by Geoffrey Robertson, QC, Vintage;
- To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, Pan Books;
- The Firm, by John Grisham, Arrow.
An absurd proposition certainly, for all but the most tragic (and there are many law tragics who are yet to come out of the cupboard), but for some reason I like the article. So here it is.