Trying cases to win in one volume

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trying cases to win in one volume

Trying Cases to Win: In One Volume by Stephen A. Saltzburg

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Published 15.07.2019

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Still Trying to Win: Stern & Saltzburg’s Trying Cases to Win, And Other Resources for Success

For the best experience and to ensure full functionality of this site, please enable JavaScript in your browser. Good heavens, are you still trying to win? This month, we will focus on being effective in and out of the divorce and family law courtroom. The resources available to us will tackle litigation, mediation, negotiations and trials for both divorce and family law firms. After all, some cases will be tried, and each divorce attorney will be trying to win. Herbert J.

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Skip to content. Shop ABA Home. This book is an indispensable resource for everyone who tries cases-whether civil or criminal - and for anyone who wants to learn the art of the trial lawyer. It sets forth a strategic method for any trial, and provides the techniques to deliver that strategy throughout every phase of the trial: openings, directs and cross, experts, and summations. This book is an insightful study in trial psychology, an instruction manual about how to make your arguments resonate in the courtroom, and an examination of what made some of the greatest trial lawyers of our time so effective. Law school will teach you the law and how to form an argument, but this book tells, and shows, you how to make your best case and gives you the skills to frame your point in the courtroom. Law students can use this book as a firm foundation for future trial careers.

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