Chesterfield Smith, America’s Lawyer

One of the boldest lawyers of the twentieth century “Adkins’s fast-paced, readable biography of one of Florida’s and the nation’s most influential lawyers and public citizens is a welcome addition. No American had a greater impact on the practice of law and public affairs in America than ‘Citizen’ Smith. Adkins has provided us with a … Continue reading Chesterfield Smith, America’s Lawyer

American Government, Second Edition

“A good, solid textbook written in very easy-to-read language. For students who are required to spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars on textbooks every semester, having the Lenz and Holman text as an option is wonderful. And the book is on par with the quality of those books that cost $100 or more. With the … Continue reading American Government, Second Edition

Florida’s Other Courts

"A captivating read of methods outside the courts established under Article V of Florida's Constitution that address the varied, persistent need we have for the administration of justice. An unexpected and intriguing view of Florida's 'other courts.'"—Kenneth B. Bell, former Florida Supreme Court Justice "Addresses fascinating aspects of obtaining justice in Florida: both historical court … Continue reading Florida’s Other Courts

Joyce and the Law

"A capacious, generative, and important collection with far-ranging implications for Joyce studies and for our understanding of literature’s relationship to law. Goldman brings together a tremendous group of scholars, critics, and legal practitioners whose rich perspectives set the terms for an enduring conversation on the place of law in Joyce and in culture broadly conceived."—Ravit … Continue reading Joyce and the Law

The Supreme Court of Florida

“A fascinating judicial study. The importance of the modern high court’s docket is so thoroughly and expertly chronicled in this book: reapportionment, courtroom cameras, personal injury, family law, environmental law, capital punishment, criminal justice, and equal justice under law.”—Thomas E. Baker, coauthor of Appellate Courts: Structures, Functions, Processes, and Personnel   “A highly readable portrait of … Continue reading The Supreme Court of Florida

Voices of Civil Rights Lawyers

“One of the great, largely unknown stories of American history. This volume is a wonderfully evocative demonstration of something often discounted--how important law and lawyers were, and remain, in realizing the promise of full equality for all citizens.”—Kenneth W. Mack, author of Representing the Race “Filled with tales of ordinary people exhibiting extraordinary courage, Voices … Continue reading Voices of Civil Rights Lawyers

Celebrating Law Day with “Privacy in the New Media Age”: Intern Guest Post

by Becky Odell, Sales and Marketing Intern Today is Law Day! In honor, we're celebrating with Jon L. Mills's new book, Privacy in the New Media Age! Marketing intern Becky Odell, completing her master of science in management at the University of Florida, has been working closely with Mills's book. Having volunteered for political campaigns, including the … Continue reading Celebrating Law Day with “Privacy in the New Media Age”: Intern Guest Post