Here is a book for which we judges have been waiting, but it is one that should be required reading for others, both within and without the profession. It comes at a time when much public attention and criticism have been directed toward the courts, the news media have given wide coverage to pending and decided cases, and an extraordinary number of federal judges have resigned their offices for more lucrative endeavors.
Eugene A. Wright,
The Ways of a Judge: Reflections from the Federal Appellate Bench, by Frank M. Coffin (1980),
56 Wash. L. Rev.
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