Modern Law Library interviews Nancy Maveety on her new book about the Supreme Court’s history with alcohol

Book cover of Glass and gavel a book about alcohol and the supreme court

Glass and Gavel: the U.S. Supreme Court and Alcohol; Nancy Maveety

The American Bar Association’s podcast, the Modern Law Library, has posted episode that alcohol law geeks are going to gush over. They’ve landed a great long-form interview with Dr. Nancy Maveety, professor at Tulane University and author of the recent book Glass and Gavel: The U.S. Supreme Court and Alcohol. The book is an in-depth history of the Supreme Court’s intersections with alcohol over the years.

You’ll enjoy the podcast and when you do, you’ll realize how much you need to read this book.

You can listen to, and download, the podcast here.

You can purchase the book here.

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  1. Great post 😁

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