Representing Yourself in Court: How to Win Your Case on Your Own

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Self-Counsel Press, Jan 15, 2016 - Law - 160 pages
Hiring a lawyer can be costly and unnecessary in certain circumstances as you deal with courts, claims and disputes. Lawyer Devlin Farmer has experience across North America in guiding clients to the most affordable, effective solutions, and he shares his advice in this book on how to represent your interests in the civil courts with the greatest chances of success.

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A native Victorian, Devlin Farmer graduated in Law from University of Ottawa in 1999 and was called to the B.C Bar in 2000. After practicing in Vancouver and Fort St. John, Devlin moved to Boston, where he was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 2002 and worked as the Coordinating Attorney for the Pro-Bono Legal Project and eventually as the senior Staff Attorney at the Massachusetts Commission on Judicial Conduct. After he returned to Victoria in 2011, Devlin joined Brown Henderson Melbye where his practice is focused on Family Law. As a member of the Bar in two countries, Devlin enjoys assisting clients with a wide spectrum of family law issues. He is committed to helping clients gain access to a fair and transparent legal system and, when appropriate, the non-adversarial resolution of legal conflicts.

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