Who's Who in American Law
Marquis Who's Who /ˈmɑrkwɨs/, a subsidiary of News Communications, Inc., is the American publisher of a number of directories containing short biographies. The books are usually titled Who's Who in... followed by some subject, such as Who's Who in America, Who's Who of American Women, Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Who's Who in American Politics, etc. Marquis Who's Who books are often found in the reference section of local libraries, at corporate libraries, and are also used for research by universities. Subsidiary National Register Publishing publishes directories of business reference information.
Who's Who in America, its flagship publication, is a registered trademark of News Communications, Inc. The New York Times referred to the 60th edition of Who's Who in America as "a librarian's Vanity Fair."
Marquis states in the Preface that Who's Who in America, "endeavors to profile the leaders of American society; those men and women who are influencing their nation's development".
Entries in Marquis Who's Who books list career and personal data for each biography, including birth date and place, names of parents and family members, education, writings and creative works, civic activities, awards, political affiliation, religion, and addresses. "A total of 25,000 copies have been sold for shipment for 2006." The content is also provided online to libraries and other paid subscribers.
Marquis requires no publication or processing fees from the persons selected as biographees.

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