©2008 Stephen Mathis; (P)2008 Recorded Books,LLC
This professor does a good job explaining the philosphy of the law. The material is really dense, but he does a good job breaking it down for the listener and giving illustrative examples. This helps the listener to understand better.
This guy sounds very unintelligent, I can't get past all the times he says ahh...ahh. After every other word. It was annoying. I thought that I was getting some real information about the subject, but I found it very hard to listen to. I'm just glad I didn't spend my money for it. I used a credit to pay for it. It was rather expensive. I was unimpressed, the delivery was unscripted and the narrator did not speak well. Some of the information was useful, but the way the narrator delivered the speech seemed way too unintelligent. He kind of rambles on and switches from different subjects and leads you nowhere. I do not recommend this audio book. If it were reiterated with structured in a way that would be interesting and confident I would recommend it. This audio book needs a read over. That would give it more credibility.
Good but not an exceptional book. You get the same topics that you will have at College of Law, no less no more. Different than a book on how judges reason when devise a verdict.
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