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Do your friends or family members take away your phone and computer when you go on vacation? Do they ban you from watching the news or reading newspapers? Do you have trouble taking a break?
For many lawyers -- especially Supreme Court watchers -- it's hard to disconnect from the office, even when you're supposed to be enjoying your paid time off. So here's a way you can cheat, and get your Supreme Court fix, all under the guise of relaxation.
Ladies and gentleman, we present FindLaw's Inaugural Supreme Court reading list.
Before you start inquiring about the science behind this list, or book bribes from publishers, you need to understand that there is no method to our madness. These are just the SCOTUS-related books that we have enjoyed, or are waiting to read, on our next flight. All of them are available on e-readers, so as not give away the fact that you stink at taking vacation.
There you have it. If you like our choices, hate them, or think we have no business making vacation book recs because you heard that we once read the Twilight series while traveling, hit up our Facebook page with your comments.
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