Alex Beam on Alan Dershowitz

by Walter Olson on October 4, 2013

The columnist has a priceless anecdote of a fact-checking query mistakenly left in a pre-publication book version sent out by Prof. Dershowitz’s publisher; also, why those who complain about being called celebrity lawyers should probably not call attention to lists of the famous people they’ve represented. [Boston Globe]

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1 Ron Miller 10.07.13 at 3:09 pm

Pretty balanced article. Summary: he is smart, talented and full of himself. There is certainly a reason why most people use that shield of false humility: it makes you annoying not to do so.

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