How Nixon used a law firm stint to resurrect his political career and win the presidency (podcast interview).

I was a guest on ABA Journal's "Modern Law Library" podcast to talk "Nixon in New York." It was a blast - albeit weird being on the other side of an interview, for once. 

Gallery: "Nixon in New York"

 Richard Nixon's official Presidential portrait (image via  WikiMedia Commons ).

Richard Nixon's official Presidential portrait (image via WikiMedia Commons).

Also from ABA Journal: an image gallery (complete with factoids) about several major themes in Nixon in New York.

"Nixon in New York:" A new book looks at how a law firm stint revived his political and presidential prospects. (ABA Journal excerpt)

 Richard Nixon campaigns in 1968 (image via  WikiMedia Commons ).

Richard Nixon campaigns in 1968 (image via WikiMedia Commons).

An excerpt of Nixon in New York that was published in the May issue of ABA Journal. Thanks to my wonderful colleagues at the Journal for running it!

Q&A: Stephen DiCarmine attorney talks about her client's acquittal in Dewey criminal trial.

 Some bad juju on that sign... (image via  Wikimedia Commons ).

Some bad juju on that sign... (image via Wikimedia Commons).

Rita Glavin, partner at Seward & Kissel, spoke to me after a Manhattan jury acquitted her client, former Dewey & LeBoeuf executive director Stephen DiCarmine.

UFC at MSG.

"It was very, very, very, very, very hard," Dana White said when asked about how long it took for the UFC to get into New York. "It took a very long time - longer than it should have."

Too bad I'm not still living in New York. It would have been nice to see the show if, for other reason, than to bring things full circle. That and seeing Conor McGregor in action.