Former Attorney Teaches American Legal System to Russian Law Students

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John Ritter has recently written and released the 4th book in his "You Be the Judge" series of court case summaries. This book is in both Russian and English because Ritter plans to use the book when he teaches The American Legal System to Russian law students in the fall of 2007. The book consists of shortened versions of American appeals court cases, which, in the Anglo-American common law system, serves as the source of law for future cases on similar issues. Ritter will lecture to Russians on the differences between common law and civil law which is the system Russians borrowed from Europe and are now using.

Former attorney John Ritter specializes in condominium, real estate (for over 20 years), title, and municipal law in Florida. For three years, he served as City Attorney of Miami Beach and currently manages a top-rated seven-member law firm.

John Ritter is the most successful writer of the "You Be the Judge" court summaries in America. His columns have appeared in Reader's Digest, the St. Petersburg Times, Saturday Evening Post, and the National Enquirer. His first best-selling "You Be the Judge" book was reprinted in Reader's Digest and is now available through this website (http://www.johnaritter.com). In addition to the "You Be the Judge" books, Ritter writes monthly "You Be the Judge" and "Lawyer Viewpoint" columns for subscribers. Free samples of each are furnished on his website at the "You Be the Judge" and "Lawyer Viewpoint" links. Both columns have been listed in Editor's & Publisher's Syndicate Directory for over 25 years.

John Ritter has recently written and released the 4th book in his "You Be the Judge" series of court case summaries. This book is in both Russian and English because Ritter plans to use the book when he teaches The American Legal System to Russian law students in the fall of 2007. The book consists of shortened versions of American appeals court cases, which, in the Anglo-American common law system, serves as the source of law for future cases on similar issues. Ritter will lecture to Russians on the differences between common law and civil law which is the system Russians borrowed from Europe and are now using.

For more information on any of John's columns or publications, send an email to jar @ rzllaw.com.

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