In fairness to the reader of this review it should be stated that there was a strong possibility that the reviewer would not have been fair and impartial in his consideration of a work presented by Melvin M. Belli because of the reviewer's great enthusiasm for trial work and further for the type of work that Mr. Belli has done and about which he writes. Nevertheless, after a reasonably careful reading of the first 1900 pages of this three-volume work, it is a pleasure to say that it is one of the most significant books for lawyers published in this generation.
Modern Trials, by Melvin M. Belli (1954),
30 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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