You know the one; the big red book we’ve all come to know and love. I just spent half an hour looking for pictures in an attempt to snazz up this blog, and, much to my surprise and chagrin, I was able to find all of one picture. And it wasn’t even a good one. Even more strange were the results from my picture search for "Richardson on Evidence".
No need to worry though. I will take some pictures of my own books tomorrow.
Now why is this important? It just is.
While I’m at it, I think everyone should have their own copy of the CPLR. Having a copy sitting in some lonely corner of the law office library, or in that one person’s office (you know, the one with the coffee stained shirt and the mismatched socks) just isn’t enough. Every office or cubicle should have one. You should be reading it on the train and one on CD to listen to while in the car.
It is the final authority on all matters and should be respected. There, I said it.