Inspired by the Arts, a Little Civil Law Book with a Big View, a One-Cup-of-Coffee Read by Author Larry A. Berglas

A creative, concise and simple expression of the law in less than 60 brief pages, Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book is a fresh voice on the law for artists, students, teachers and anyone seeking a simple approach to legal issues.

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Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book by Larry A. Berglas

Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book

“On the scales of justice, an ounce of words weighs no more than an ounce of feathers.”

White Plains, New York (PRWEB) February 11, 2014

Inspired by modern art in Amsterdam, blues in Kansas City and the way light is painted on canvas, Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book is a little book with a big arts law view, a one-cup-of-coffee read, a sketch of the legal landscape.

Less than 60 brief pages in length, Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book is not a typical law book. It is not a law treatise, casebook, “how to,” substantive reference, or primary or secondary law source.

Like artwork painted from memory that conveys its subject with only essential lines and gestures, Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book thoughtfully provokes on the issues of the law.

Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book is an American law book written with a fresh voice.

Prompted by art, poetry and music, Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book was written for artists, students, teachers, and anyone interested in the role law plays in life and work.

More like songwriting than legal writing, Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book provides a spare, lyrical foundation for approaching and understanding the issues of American civil law.

A creative, concise and simple expression of the law, Civil Law in America: A Minimalist Law Book is an important and unique addition to the vast library of complex law topics and titles.

Larry A. Berglas is a writer, teacher, musician and practicing attorney with more than twenty years of multidisciplinary experience in the law. Larry teaches Arts & Entertainment Law and Finance for the Arts at Purchase College in Purchase, New York.


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