Fact Investigation: A Practical Guide to Interviewing, Counseling, and Case Theory Development

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Ntl Inst for Trial Advocacy, 2000 - Attorney and client - 223 pages
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Contents

Client Interviewing
13
Developing Case Theory for Fact Investigation
49
Fact Investigation Plan
73
Witness Interviewing
89
Counseling
121
Appendix Model Rules of Professional Conduct
165
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About the author (2000)

Paul J. Zwier is Professor of Law and the Director of the Program for International Advocacy and Dispute Resolution at Emory University. Zwier is the former director of Public Education for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. He is one of the nation's most distinguished professors of advocacy, negotiation and mediation skills training. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including, most recently, Torts: Cases, Problems, and Exercises, 4th edition (2012, with Weaver et al.), Mastering Torts (2009), Supervisory and Leadership Skills in the Modern Law Practice (2006), Legal Strategy (2006) and Advanced Negotiation and Mediation Theory and Practice (2005, with Guernsey). He has made professional presentations and consulted with dozens of NGOs, law firms and other international organizations.

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