Legal and Judicial Books

Prelaw students occasionally ask me to recommend books related to the law.  There are, of course, lots of legally and judicially related books available, the trick is in finding ones that are interesting or worthwhile.  Below is the list of books that I thought would be of value in one way or another.  

I've divided the list into two broad categories Fiction and Non-fiction.  Both lists include the author(s) and title and in the non-fiction list I've included an indication of the book's subject.  Each title links to a paragraph that provides a very brief description of the book and a few comments about why I thought it worth being on this list.  (Note: I've not included self-help type books on this list, but I mention a few such books on my Prelaw FAQ page.)

Some of the listed books are quite new and some are very old.  Most of the older books are probably available in used bookstores or as special orders.  If you want to know if a particular book is still available, and possibly order it, you can search Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble.  


Fiction


Non-Fiction


Fiction


Non-Fiction