MELBOURNE, Australia (PRWEB) August 13, 2014
His new book, “Tales from the Oldest Profession: As Told by a Very Common Lawyer” (published by Balboa Press AU), reveals the curious, unusual and often funny incidents O’Donnell experienced during his law career.
“The book’s theme is the richness of experiences and humor that can arise in life generally, and the enormous variety one finds in the law community, in particular,” O’Donnell says.
O’Donnell hopes “Tales from the Oldest Profession” will entertain readers and provide them a glimpse into the world of legal practice, from his personal point of view.
An excerpt from “Tales from the Oldest Profession”:
“He was still angry and menacing. I was a fair bit younger than he was, and light on my feet, so I figured I could keep out of his way if he took a swing at me. He didn’t, but he kept repeating that I had called him a coward and should prove it … After a few minutes of this, and still muttering, he eventually gave up and wandered away. I never came across him again, but I noted that the debt and the costs were paid the next week.”
“Tales from the Oldest Profession”
By Kevin O’Donnell
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 310 pages | ISBN 9781452513874
E-Book | 310 pages | ISBN 9781452513881
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kevin O’Donnell practiced in various areas of the law in a number of parts of Australia over the course of 43 years. He was an articled clerk, an employee lawyer, worked for 12 years with a leading Melbourne law firm and served as partner. He is now retired.
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