“To construct the plots of trial stories, litigators depict compelling characters and do so under constraints akin to those of commercial Hollywood movies. They employ calculated shorthand forms, whittle down essential traits, eliminate complexity and ambiguity, and encourage jurors to draw crucial inferences about character from scripted testimony, courtroom imagery and theatrical performances. Trial lawyers […]
This book review covers five books which I’ve recently completed reading. At first, the common thread was unintentional. But after discovering that I was in the middle of reading three books by authors who are Buddhist, I added two more.
Just because they are Buddhist authors, that does not necessarily mean that the topics are Buddhist. But in this case, a couple of them are.