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Thursday, July 06, 2006

Exhibit Hall Event: Meet Local Lawyers Who Are Well Known Authors

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A new event for the exhibit hall!

Michael Kahn, author of the Rachel Gold series of legal thrillers (Trophy Widow, Firm Ambitions, Bearing Witness) will be signing books at the Left Bank Books booth #329 on Monday, July 10, from 3:00-4:00. His latest novel, under the pen name of Michael Baron, is The Mourning Sexton. Kahn, a St. Louis trial attorney, has been selected for inclusion in the current edition of The Best Lawyers in America. See http://snipurl.com/s6th for additional biographical information.

Meet Kevin O'Malley, also a St. Louis trial attorney and co-author of the Federal Jury Practice and Instruction, on July 11, from 1:15-2:00 at Left Bank Books booth #329. He won't be signing books but he will tell you about his next book soon to be published and you can ask him any questions you may have about jury instructions. See http://snipurl.com/stq4 for additional biographical information.

You will also have the opportunity to buy autographed copies of Linda Greenhouse's book, Becoming Justice Blackmun, at the Left Bank Books booth. Her schedule is tight and may not permit a meet and greet session.

Do not forget that you can support Show Me the Books with a purchase for either school at the Left Bank Books booth. You also have the option to contribute to a LBB gift card for the benefit of Vashon Williams 9th Grade Academy or Wellston Central Elementary School. All books and gift cards will be delivered to the schools. Left Bank Books' participation in the exhibit hall is made possible by a generous donation from Greensfelder, Hemker and Gale, PC, with assistance from the Rocky Mountain Division of West Librarian Relations.

Phil Berwick
Associate Dean of Information Resources
Washington University School of Law in St. Louis

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