Justice Approximated

Dispatches from the Bottom Rung of the Judicial Ladder

L. Phillips Runyon

Twenty-seven years on the bench in small-town New Hampshire
Date Published :
May 2017
Publisher :
Bauhan Publishing
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ISBN : 9781941934050
Pages : 220
Dimensions : 9 X 6 inches
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Judge L. Phillips Runyon, III, gives us a collection of essays that bring to life, with candor and eloquence, a small-town New Hampshire courtroom where important decisions are made.

About The Author

L. PHILLIPS RUNYON, III, has practiced law in Peterborough, NH, for over 40 years, currently as the principal of Runyon Law Office, PLLC. In 1990, Governor Judd Gregg appointed him presiding justice of the Jaffrey-Peterborough District Court, now the 8th Circuit, District Division, Jaffrey. He has also been an adjunct faculty member in the MBA program at Franklin Pierce University. Judge Runyon holds memberships in the American and New Hampshire Bar Associations and has argued before the United States Supreme Court.

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