The ABA Journal breaks down the 25 Greatest Legal Movies of All-Time here. I agree with a lot of it, although there were definitely some rankings that I disagree with (Erin Brockovich too high, A Few Good Men too low.)


2 Responses to “The 25 Greatest Legal Movies of All-Time?”

  1. 1 Brian Azouz

    Hi my name is Brian Azouz and my favorite legal movie is Twelve Angry Men.

    Brian Azouz

  2. 2 Paul Brennan

    Those interested in how the law and lawyers are portrayed in the movies can learn more about Fordham Law’s Annual Film Festival at http://www.fordhamfilmfestival.org. The festival is held each fall in New York City.


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