The Language of Advocacy: What to Say and how to Say it in the Courts of the English-speaking Peoples
This work explains the language used by the most successful advocates throughout the English-speaking world, and contributors include distinguished lawyers within these jurisdictions, from the Far-East to the USA. As well as dealing with the words and phrases of advocacy, the book covers other aspects of the technique of communication.
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A Question of Niceness
Dealing with the Multipleperson Courts
Putting Your Case
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