Creating Winning Trial Strategies and Graphics

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TIPS, American Bar Association, 2004 - Law - 435 pages
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"Devoid of typical lawyer-speak, Creating Winning Trial Strategies and Graphics is extremely easy to read, relying on such diverse creative sources as: the Common Law, Jazz, Lucille Ball, Zen Buddhism, Monty Python, Carl Jung, Woody Allen, Henry David Thoreau, and Yosemite Sam." "This book provides you with a better understanding of what jurors want and suggest ways to give them exactly that. It also provides trial lawyers a process they can use to simplify their cases by filtering out what is distracting or unimportant. The process also helps lawyers clarify and develop essential themes and other tools that jurors need to evaluate, retain, and understand complex issues."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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I found this book to be a very useful read. It helped me polish my presentation for a law school competition. If you've got a competition, a trial, or an ADR proceeding coming up, check this book out.

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Ritter is a member of The Focal Point LLC. Chris is a former partner at a major San Francisco law firm. For more than 12 years, he was also an adjunct faculty member at University of California-Hastings School of Law. Chris has over 20 years experience in litigation and graphic strategy. Chris was graduated from the University of Chicago Law School and is an active member of The State Bar of California.

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