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.

Some of my Favorite Charticles

Some of my Favorite Charticles

When I was at American Lawyer, I happened to come up with lots of ideas for graphics, charts, and charticles for the front-of-the-book section. Here are some of my favorites. (NOTE: I did NOT do the artwork - only the written parts).

Davis/Nixon

 Nixon hoped that releasing heavily edited transcripts of his tapes would solve his problems - it didn't quite work out that way. (image via  Wikimedia Commons )

Nixon hoped that releasing heavily edited transcripts of his tapes would solve his problems - it didn't quite work out that way. (image via Wikimedia Commons)

Weil Gotshal partner and ex-Watergate prosecutor Richard Davis reflects on his experience questioning former President Richard Nixon before a grand jury.