Blindfolds Off: Judges on How They Decide

By Joel Cohen, Published by ABA Book Publishing, 339 pages, $99 hardcover through ABA; paperback $18 available in October.

, New York Law Journal


For the past 29 years, Joel Cohen has been an accomplished litigator at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan in New York City. He is also the author of a regular column in the Law Journal. And he has somehow found time to write four works of fiction, three of which tackle religious subjects. Blindfolds Off is his first non-fiction work, and it sets out to "examine what goes on in a judge's mind that may not be reflected in the record."

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