The Art of Advocacy in International Arbitration

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R. Doak Bishop
Juris Pub., 2004 - Law - 490 pages
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I recently first encountered the written work of this author in the context of
arguing that the harm which one causes another person and/or live-man
and/or community and/or the land/air/water/earth on which they live is irrelevant
because the objects of that harm are irrelevant - their very existence is irrelevant
Imagine my surprise at encountering the contrast between his attitude and worldview
and the somewhat lofty ideals alluded to in the title "The Art of Advocacy..."
The credibility of this pretend-author to delve into the stated subject matter is
equivalent to:
"The Art of Persuasion" - by Al Capone, or
"The Art of Chainsawing" - by Sheriff Hoyt, or
"The Art of Practical Perjury" - by I. Lai Daly (possible pen-name)
"The Art of Advocacy for Corporate Ecological Terrorism" - by Chev Ron Equu Adore

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