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david giacalone

Evan, The ABA page you have linked for this book says "This product is not yet available, but can be pre-ordered." Just how/when did it become an instant classic?

s/another lawyer curmudgeon


David: The book has been promoted (and getting reviewed) for a couple of months, so I assume there are channels of distribution other than the ABA website. There may also be a lot of preorders.


An update: I received the following email from Mark Herrmann on 5/2/06--

I saw the exchange on the blogs about the release date of The Curmudgeon's Guide to Practicing Law.

I've contacted ABA Publishing, and the publisher has now fixed the website to indicate that the book is in fact available and being shipped.

The pre-orders alone, however, had been enough to move the book to the ABA Web Store's "Best Sellers" list, so, not surprisingly, I side with you in the bloggers debate.

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