â€śExpert and well-reasoned commentary on the justice system. . . . His writings are dangerous.â€ťâ€”The Village VoiceIn Jailhouse Lawyers, award-winning journalist and death-row inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal presents the stories and reflections of fellow prisoners-turned-advocates who have learned to use the court system to represent other prisonersâ€”many uneducated or illiterateâ€”and, in some cases, to win their freedom. In Abu-Jamalâ€™s words, â€śThis is the story of law learned, not in the ivory towers of multi-billion-dollar endowed universities [but] in the bowels of the slave-ship, in the dank dungeons of America.â€ťIncludes an introduction by Angela Y. Davis.Mumia Abu-Jamalâ€™s books include Live From Death Row and Death Blossoms.