Law Books

Accessibility for Everyone: Authors, Developers, Managers, Trainers, and More! Including A Complete 508 And WCAG Compliance Manual For Websites, Applications, And Documents, Plus Complete Tutorials! 

This is a massive resource for web accessibility. Not a cute fuzzy book, it has code examples, Section 508, and WCAG guidelines, along with tests for accessibility and checklists for testers and developers. A must-have for the dev team.

Accessibility Handbook: Making 508 Compliant Websites

An instrumental book on accessibility guidelines, tools, rules, and approaches. Especially useful for front-end designers or those looking to ensure that their sites meet Section 508 accessibility requirements or want to avoid the nuisance lawsuit. Good for technical and non-technical readers alike.

Building Blocks: Essential Tools for the Bankruptcy Practitioner (American Bankruptcy Institute Briefs Book 1)

Having spent many of my career in the bankruptcy, insolvency, and turnaround space, I can attest that this book is an excellent Intro to bankruptcy law. This isn’t a complete entry-level text, and you should have some familiarity with the bankruptcy code and process to get the most out of the book. Definitely written by lawyers for lawyers and other practitioners.

Kris’s WCAG Guide: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 AA in Plain English for ADA Website Compliance (2020)

The book covers the basics of WCAG 2.0 AA compliance is straightforward, easy to follow instructions. The author does a fantastic job of bringing the steps home to the user in plain language. A must-read must refer…

Scalia Speaks: Reflections on Law, Faith, and Life Well Lived

Justice Scalia was a devoted family man, devout Catholic, witty speaker and writer, and brilliant jurist. All of these come through in this anthology of his speeches from his days on the Supreme Court. Easily read one speech at a time, the reader will get a much more thorough picture of the man and his brilliance in reading this window into the person—a must-read and one that goes in my favorites pile.

The CCPA Compliance: California’s Path to Consumer Privacy

This is a beneficial resource for anyone looking at CCPA readiness and compliance. Written in plain and non-technical language, the book gives the foundational steps to bring your business into compliance—a good read.

The Supremes’ Greatest Hits, Revised & Updated Edition: The 37 Supreme Court Cases That Most Directly Affect Your Life

Supreme Court history’s 37 most important cases are covered in 230 short and relatively easy to read pages. Written by a lawyer for non-lawyers, the book gives the reader an overview of the cases that shape the modern field of law and provides insights on the current (as of 2005 or so) state of the law, politics, and the court. While you won’t get the depth, you would see it in a textbook, and you can actually read this book cover to cover and enjoy it—a good read.

United States Tax Court Rules and Procedure – 2018 Edition

With draft pleadings and an easy-to-read format, anyone practicing before the tax court needs to know the rules and understand how to advocate for your client. This is the Bible. Please read it. Refer to it often.