Join us for an evening with Frank J. Kelley, The People's Lawyer
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Please join us as the Michigan Political History Society presents an evening with Frank J. Kelley moderated by co-author Jack Lessenberry. This is an event to celebrate the new book The People's Lawyer: The Life and Times of Frank J. Kelley, the Nation's Longest-Serving Attorney General.
Forum & Book Signing
Thursday, October 22, 2015
Country Club of Lansing
2200 Moores River Dr, Lansing, MI 48911
Sponsored by Kelley Cawthorne
View photos of the book launch event in Detroit on 9/17 here.
Praise for The People's Lawyer:
"The People’s Lawyer is a riveting must-read for all Michigan citizens and students of history. Frank Kelley reveals inside stories of political and personal battles in a manner that is at once fun and inspirational, candid and vivid—just like the man himself. In The People’s Lawyer we are a witness to history through the eyes of one of the greatest public servants of all time."
– Jennifer Granholm, 47th governor and 51st attorney general of Michigan
"The People’s Lawyer, the story of Frank Kelley’s life, is a fascinating read. Every young lawyer who reads it can learn from the commitment to the law and to justice of our nation’s longest-serving attorney general. The book is engaging, direct, and honest—just like Frank Kelley. His story shows how a determined public servant, dedicated to the law, can help protect our consumers and help make our world a place that is fairer, with an environment that is cleaner. The People’s Lawyer will inspire lawyers of all ages to engage in some form of public service."
– Senator Carl Levin, longest-serving United States senator from Michigan