Stanford Law School faculty 2016 holiday reading list
Read any good books lately?
Looking for a holiday present for the person who has everything?
Got time on your hands during the winter holiday and want to feed your mind with a good read?
Then ask a member of the Stanford Law School faculty.
That’s right. The folks over at the Stanford Law School polled the faculty to get their 2016 holiday reading list. What are their recommendations?
Well, LAWRENCE M. FRIEDMAN, a leading expositor of the history of American law, recommends The Wright Brothers by David McCullough.
Among the selections recommended by PAMELA S. KARLAN, co-director of the school’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, is The Shaping of Southern Politics: Suffrage Restriction and the Establishment of the One-party South, 1880-1910, by J. Morgan Kousser.
If fiction is more your bent, DEBORAH L. RHODE, director of the Center on the Legal Profession and the director of the Program in Law and Social Entrepreneurship, cites Bright, Precious Days by Jay McInerney.
Continue to read about more of the faculty’s insightful picks.