Jethro K. Lieberman is the author of many books on law and the legal system, the legal profession, and the Constitution, among other topics.
Jethro K. Lieberman is the author of many books on law and the legal system, the legal profession, and the Constitution, among other topics. Two, The Litigious Society (Basic Books, 1981) and The Enduring Constitution (West and Oxford University Press, 1987), won the American Bar Association’s top literary prize, the Silver Gavel Award. Among his other books are The Tyranny of the Experts (Walker, 1970), Crisis at the Bar: Lawyers’ Unethical Ethics and What to Do about It (W. W. Norton, 1978), A Practical Companion to the Constitution (University of California Press, 1999), and Liberalism Undressed (Oxford University Press, 2012). Everything Is Jake (Three Rooms Press), his solo fiction debut, was published in October 2021. Early in his career he practiced law, including three years on active duty with the Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps, and spent nearly ten years as the legal affairs editor of Business Week. He taught law for 33 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School, and has a Ph.D. in political science from Columbia University.
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