My Beloved World
Publish date: January 7th 2014
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
A truly outstanding and surprisingly personal look at the life of one of our nation's most inspiring and brilliant legal figures. If you are interested in law and politics and haven't read this book, I don't know what you're waiting for. And even if your interest lies outside of law, if you're looki...
I have a great deal of respect for Justice Sotomayor and was very excited when she was appointed to the Supreme Court. I was very interested to learn about her background and her story and was glad to come across an inexpensive copy of this memoir. I would rate the author 5 stars for a life of har...
This autobiography describes Sonia Sotomayor’s life from her earliest memories to the time when she became a judge. It carefully avoids touching on her political opinions, focusing instead on personally formative experiences. These include her close relationship with her grandmother and her only rec...
A thoroughly engaging memoir, in which Justice Sotomayor shares her impressive victories over seemingly insurmountable obstacles - but also, more compellingly, lays bare to the reader this legendary jurist's faults, weaknesses, frailties and insecurity.
I am a fan of the Supreme Court. The interpretation of the Constitution, the legal opinions, the stories associated with the justices--I think it's neat. When Sonia Sotomayor was appointed to the Court I didn't know much about her background, but following her opinions, I was impressed. Supreme Cour...
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