Plaintiff in Chief
- Thursday, January 16, 2020
Reverence for the law has been a cornerstone of democracy since our nation’s founding. Distinguished attorney and author James D. Zirin discusses his new book, in which he examines President Donald J. Trump's decades-long relationship with the legal system.
James D. Zirin, a former assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, is the author of Plaintiff in Chief: A Portrait of Donald Trump in 3,500 Lawsuits. Ken Auletta (moderator), an author and journalist, writes the “Annals of Communications” columns and profiles for the New Yorker.
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