Over his 39-year career as a leading academic in the field of copyright, Stanford Law professor Paul Goldstein’s work has been required reading for legions of intellectual property law students and practitioners. But his latest writing is attracting a very different fan base — including Goldstein’s barber of 20 years.

“He called me up and he said, ‘This novel is terrific. I’m recommending it to all my customers,’” Goldstein says. “And I said, ‘Wow, nobody ever called me up and said that about my treatise.’”

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