“From South Boston to Cambridge: The Making of One Philadelphia Lawyer”
Travel on a journey of evolution from naivete as a child in the Jim Crow South, to self-actualization at “the Doors of No Return,” on Goree Island, in Senegal, and at El Mina Castle Cape Coast, Ghana, West Africa. Experience some of the travails of the lawyer as solo practitioner, the last of the Lone Rangers, a dying breed.
This memoir, written in the nature of a novel, also includes a descriptive genealogical narrative of the Lee Family, one of Charlottesville, Virginia’s notable Black families.
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