The Price of Justice - The Myths of Lawyer Ethics
Timely and Sociologically Impactful: The Price of Justice is a highly relevant publication as it uses comparisons of todays judicial issues to the national conversation about health care, and taps into the increasing public awareness of and interest in federal judicial system, following a few recent high-profile court appointments and white-collar trials.
Insider Look Into the U.S. Justice System: Author Ronald Goldfarb offers readers an enthralling read on the impacts of economic disparity on the public’s ability to access legal representation in a system that’s largely pap-to-play. This books breaks down how the system found itself in it’s current state and calls society to action in holding legal professionals everywhere to uphold their ethical responsibility and constitutional goals.
Expert Author: Ronald Goldfarb is a Washington DC attorney who studied at Syracuse University (A.B., LL. B.) and Yale Law School (LLM, JSD), worked for three years as a trial counsel in the U.S. Air Force JAG Corps, and for Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy for four years in the Justice Department prosecuting organized crime cases and in New York as Kennedy’s speech writer in the 1964 election.