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Anderson on Advocacy

Anderson on Advocacy

Award winning clinical professor Carol Anderson presents effective approaches and advice on all aspects of trial practice in this entertaining and educational book that will help you master the tactics and strategy of trial advocacy.

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$75.00

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Cardinal Rules of Advocacy

Cardinal Rules of Advocacy

Judge Douglas Lavine claims there are certain recurring, core principles of persuasion that can be studied and when mastered lead to successful advocacy. Lavine's unique interdisciplinary approach will help all lawyers win cases and avoid serious errors.

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$50.00

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Children in the Courtroom, Second Edition

Children in the Courtroom, Second Edition

Sherrie Bourg Carter provides critical, in-depth information needed to properly review and handle cases involving child witnesses. This Second Edition offers new sections on working with disabled child witnesses, improper interview techniques and more.

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$35.00

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Effective Courtroom Advocacy

Effective Courtroom Advocacy

With the benefit of more than twenty-three years of trial observation and juror feedback, Judge Joseph F. Anderson Jr. distills his thoughts on how to master the fundamentals of trial advocacy, develop advanced skills, and win arguments before judges and juries.

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$45.00

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How to Try a Jury Case

How to Try a Jury Case

How to Try a Jury Case by John Kimberling is an essential text for training law school students as well as beginning litigators to communicate with jurors and achieve their clients' objectives at trial while avoiding common mistakes.

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$65.00

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  • BOOK

Products to Consider

100 Vignettes for Improving Trial Evidence Skills
Whether this resource is used in an evidence or trial advocacy classroom, professional learning environment, or for your own personal study, the vignettes are extraordinary examples of how specific evidentiary issues arise at trial.

Collier Family Law and the Bankruptcy Code
A practice-oriented guide examining the impact of the Bankruptcy Code on family law issues, authored by Henry J. Sommer, co-Editor-in-Chief of Collier on Bankruptcy, the preeminent treatise on bankruptcy law, and Hon. Margaret Dee McGarity, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.

Facts Can't Speak for Themselves: Reveal the Stories that Give Facts Their Meaning
Eric Oliver offers trial attorneys proven ways to uncover the full range of those "rewritten" stories in focus groups, and how to take their best elements into court to deliver a story more likely to persuade than the one you thought you had.

Opening Statements: A Modern Approach
By the end of your opening statement, 80 percent of your jurors have made their decision. In this DVD, Hon. Sanford M. Brook empowers you to make effective and persuasive opening statements that will make a lasting impression on jurors. He also addresses common mistakes made during openings and how to remedy them. The days of rambling, fumbling and argumentative openings are over.