N. Meyer, "A Law Practice Story"
Peter Haje, "How To Succeed as CEO"
Peter Haje, retired from the practice of law, now
writes short stories, many of them about lawyers and the practice
[Two of Haje's stories have appeared in
the Legal Studies Forum: : "A First Class Sort
of Guy" :: "I Wouldn't Say
B. Ecker, "The Sound of Silence: Adlai E. Stevenson, the Universal
Copyright Convention, and the Russians"
Allan Ecker submitted one of his short stories for
publication in the Legal Studies Forum in 2010. The
bio that accompanied the story reads as follows: "Allan B. Ecker
is a New York City lawyer and writer. He graduated from Harvard Law
School in 1953 and has practiced law for more than 50 years. A newspaperman
before he became a lawyer, Ecker has now resumed his writing. He is
a frequent contributor to The Green Bag."
B. Komie, "Baron von Grafenstein"
Lowell Komie has been publishing short stories since
the 1950s. "Baron von Grafenstein" appears in Komie's
collection of non-fiction essays, A Lawyer's Notes (Swordfish/Chicago,