Let’s face it. Lawyers do a lot of reading. Most of them work-related. This is the reason why having an analytical mind works best for lawyers. This way, they can easily sift through the huge pile of reading material they need for a single case.
But there comes a time that a person, be it a lawyer or not, needs some time for himself. A time that he can use to reflect and forget about the world for even just a few minutes. And this is where reading non-work related books come in. Reading is one of the best ways a person can just lay down or curl up and relax with a book in hand. A cup of coffee or tea and some cookies wouldn’t hurt it, too. You do not only give your tired brains some rest, but you also learn valuable lessons from reading.
In authorslawyer.com, we aim to provide some reading materials for those serving in the legal department. We’ll be talking about fiction or non-fiction books that lawyers should read. We’ll talk about why these books are recommended and what lessons they teach. And it goes without saying that we’ll talk about the situations in these books that lawyers can relate to and learn from.
We’ll also be writing about lawyers—the services they offer and their achievements… maybe they have authored a book themselves; we can write about these things, too.
Should you have some questions about certain law books or even fictional books, please feel free to leave us a note. We’ll do our best to help you with your queries and maybe even write about the book.