In a wise, posthumous memoir, Arthur Liman offers a provocative look into high profile, high-stakes practice & at life atop the legal profession, including some of his most controversial cases: his investigation into the Attica prison uprising, his defense of Michael Milken, & his role as chief counsel in the Iran/Contra hearings.
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