McElhaney s Trial Notebook

McElhaney s Trial Notebook Author James W. McElhaney
ISBN-10 1590315030
Year 2005
Pages 771
Language en
Publisher American Bar Association
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"Trial Notebook" offers hundreds of techniques and tactics for every stage of a trial's progress in spare, lively, memorable prose. Users get strategies grounded in actual courtroom experience that will improve the effectiveness of their advocacy.

McElhaney s Litigation

McElhaney s Litigation Author James W. McElhaney
ISBN-10 089707954X
Year 1995
Pages 433
Language en
Publisher American Bar Association
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This guide provides the reader with clear, ready-to-use techniques that will make them a better trial lawyer and sharpen their understanding of the basics. serves as a resource for questioning and selecting a jury.

McElhaney s Litigation

McElhaney s Litigation Author James W. McElhaney
ISBN-10 089707954X
Year 1995
Pages 433
Language en
Publisher American Bar Association
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This guide provides the reader with clear, ready-to-use techniques that will make them a better trial lawyer and sharpen their understanding of the basics. serves as a resource for questioning and selecting a jury.

Cross Examination Handbook

Cross Examination Handbook Author Ronald H. Clark
ISBN-10 9781454858782
Year 2015-05-04
Pages 384
Language en
Publisher Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
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The Cross-Examination Handbook teaches students the skills and strategies behind planning and conducting a persuasive cross-examination. This book offers step-by-step instruction and outstanding examples from illustrative trials. Two criminal and two civil case files, along with role-play assignments, give students practice actually planning and executing a cross-examination.

Evidentiary Foundations

Evidentiary Foundations Author Liz Heffernan
ISBN-10 1845927877
Year 2008
Pages 244
Language en
Publisher Bloomsbury Professional
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Based on Professor Edward Imwinkelried's authoritative American text, but amended for the Irish market by Dr Liz Heffernan and Ray Ryan, Evidentiary Foundations is a unique text which analyses the law of evidence as it is applied in the courts. Evidentiary Foundations provides brief, succinct explanations of the fundamental rules of evidence and practical guidance as to their application in court. It outlines a step-by-step approach to laying the necessary foundations for the introduction of items of evidence, Through the use of hypothetical factual scenarios, this book converts substantive rules of evidence into concrete lines of questioning.

The Winning Argument

The Winning Argument Author Ronald J. Waicukauski
ISBN-10 1570739382
Year 2001
Pages 182
Language en
Publisher American Bar Association
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Examines twelve characteristics of a winning argument and presents the rudiments and sophisticated levels of persuasion based upon ancient and modern techniques.

Anatomy of a Trial

Anatomy of a Trial Author Paul Mark Sandler
ISBN-10 162722453X
Year 2014
Pages 331
Language en
Publisher Amer Bar Assn
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Anatomy of a Trial examines the key phases of jury trials (voir dire, opening statements, direct and cross-examination, and closing arguments) in the context of two particular cases, one criminal and the other civil. The criminal case involves highly complex subjects and law, and examines simplification and storytelling for the jury. The civil case illustrates the credibility of witnesses, and also showcases the critical importance of experts in trials of a technical nature.

The Art of Advocacy

The Art of Advocacy Author Lloyd Paul Stryker
ISBN-10 6028397318
Year 2010-03
Pages 290
Language en
Publisher Equinox Publishing (Indonesia)
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The author, a colorful trial lawyer, was once described by Alexander Woollcott as the "Knight with the rueful countenance." This book is based on lectures Mr. Stryker gave at Yale Law School in the 1950s. Stryker's uniformly delightful anecdotes afford unusual insight into how lawyers approach their work, try cases, cross-examine, and argue appeals - and, repeatedly, how they comes to terms with lawyer's common duty to serve both his client and the ethics of his profession.

Got Your Attention

Got Your Attention Author Sam Horn
ISBN-10 9781626562516
Year 2015-04-06
Pages 216
Language en
Publisher Berrett-Koehler Publishers
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In an impatient world of infobesity, people don't want more information - they want to be intrigued and they want to be intrigued fast. After all, goldfish have longer attention spans than humans - nine seconds to our eight. Sam Horn reveals her "secret sauce" for truly connecting with people - whether it's one or one million. Her disruptive eight-stage INTRIGUE process teaches readers how to replace boring, overlong, one-way communications with concise, compelling, mutually rewarding two-way interactions that add value for all involved. The bottom line? If you can't get people's favorable attention, you'll never get their business. The insights and instantly useful ideas here will get smartphones down and eyebrows up. Readers will appreciate these innovative, but proven ways to win respect and motivate people to take action now, whether that's to hire you, refer you, fund you, or say yes to you. --