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No One Is Above the Law: The Story of Southern Iowa's Federal Court, 2nd ed.

No One Is Above the Law: The Story of Southern Iowa's Federal Court, 2nd ed.

By Aaron Rogers & Margaret Callahan
Updating the First Edition by George Mills & Richard W. Peterson
Published by the Southern District of Iowa Branch of the Eighth Circuit Historical Society
August 2018
Available from Amazon in print and Kindle formats
Book Review

The Southern District of Iowa Branch of the Historical Society of the United States Courts in the Eighth Circuit published a second edition of its history of the district. No One is Above the Law includes profiles of the district's judges and stories of their most significant and interesting cases. This second edition authored by Aaron Rogers and Margaret Callahan updates the 1995 edition written by George Mills and former Historical Society president and Southern District of Iowa Magistrate Judge Richard W. Peterson. The book was released in time for the 2018 Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference held in Des Moines August 15-17.

 

 

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