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"Recollections of an Occasional Attorney" is the perfect memoir offering a glimpse into life and the law. A satisfying mix of personal recollections and anecdotes, Iglehart's account of his upbringing is fascinating, complete with episodes of fox hunting, steeplechases, and yachting - images of a privileged life-style all but faded now from the American landscape. In the midst of his not-so-ordinary life, Francis N. Iglehart found time to dabble in law with some degree of success. Experiences such as introducing the first video deposition in Maryland legal history or having Melvin Belli, the legendary "King of Torts," serve as co-counsel on a case, provide noteworthy insight into the practice of law. Intelligently written, the stories not only run the gamut from tragedy to humor, they provide the reader with an insider's view of the court room and the legal system.
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Francis N. Iglehart was born in Baltimore. He served in the Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) and the 99th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army during World War II. Educated at Princeton University, he earned a law degree from the University of Maryland Law School and has maintained a law practice in Maryland since the mid-1950s. He is married with five children. "Recollections of an Occasional Attorney" is his second book.
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Book Description American Literary Press, Inc., 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111561678627