Jeffrey Toobin

American non-fiction writer
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Before becoming a staff writer at The New Yorker in 1993, Jeffrey Toobin served as an Assistant United States Attorney in Brooklyn and as an Associate Counsel in the office of Independent Counsel Lawrence E. Walsh - which provided material for his book Opening Arguments: A Young Lawyers First Case--United States v. Oliver North. 

A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Harvard Law School, he lives in Manhattan with his wife and two children.

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A well-informed, engaging work from a highly capable author

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The book reads like a summertime thriller.

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A compelling look at the power and the politics behind the Supreme Court.


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Driven by the author's assured narrative voice, The Nine is as informative as it is fascinating, as insightful as it is readable.

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His savvy account puts the supposedly cloistered Court right in the thick of American life.


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