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Many people's New Year's resolution is to read more books. If you're a soon-to-be law student, current student, or practicing lawyer who made a vow to broaden your reading habits in 2014, look to your colleagues for reading inspiration. The ABA Journal put together a fascinating reading list by asking 30 distinguished lawyers to pick a book they'd recommend to other legal professionals.
Here are ten books to read that were mentioned on the ABA's list:
This should help to muster up the energy to read something more than humdrum legal cases. For more recommendations -- including really cool non-fiction ideas as well as the lawyers' compelling explanations for their picks -- check out the ABA's complete "30 Lawyers, 30 Books" list.
Editor's Note: This is a great list, with greatly accomplished lawyers, but come on, no "To Kill a Mockingbird"? Or is that just too 'expected.' Are we off base here? Tell us on Facebook.