Alan Manly's book When There Are Too Many Lawyers.. There Is No Justice review by Natalie Salvo
Book Review Title: Alan Manly - When There Are Too Many Lawyers
Review Date: 13/04/2015
The latest book to fit in the “Truth is stranger than fiction camp” is Alan Manly’s When There Are Too Many Lawyers. The story is part legal survival guide, autobiography and tragi-comedy that chronicles the ten years Manly and his co-defendant, Julian Day spent fighting a vexatious litigant. It’s an endless rollercoaster of a book that holds up a mirror to the quirks that underpin the judicial system in NSW.