Walking with Justice by Mollie Marti
Uncommon Lessons from One of Life's Greatest Mentors

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Mollie Marti accepted a clerkship with Judge Max Rosenn to learn the law. What she learned transformed her life.

"While reading Walking with Justice, you might discover -- as did I -- that you have found another mentor: Judge Rosenn himself. Fortunately for us, his protege has done such a beautiful job of relating the lessons she learned from Judge that you'll be able to determine your best course of action in any given situation by referring back to the book you hold in your hands. If you have any question regarding how to live a good, productive, and righteous life, the answer lies somewhere in these pages. In fact, I would go so far as to say that Dr. Mollie has written a timeless handbook for being human."

~From the Foreword by Bob Burg, co-author of The Go-Giver:

About Mollie Marti

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Mollie Marti is a psychologist, lawyer, and professor of psychology at the University of Iowa who speaks around the globe on leadership resilience, life design, servant mentorship, and business ethics. She is a frequent media resource on the topic of helping leaders thrive and serve. Inspired by her mentor's example, she founded the nonprofit Community Resiliency Project to aid communities and youth to recover from crises and grow through challenges. Visit her at www.DrMollie.com.
Published January 11, 2012 by Greenleaf Book Group Press. 213 pages
Genres: Self Help, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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