No. 1,287 Here’s avery good post in the California Education of the Bar Blog that is worth a read by trial lawyers demonstrating the indirect questioning of an expert witness. You never challenge the conclusion, but bring up undeniable truths. The Art of Cross Examination, by Francis L. Wellman, an old classic, told about a […]
No. 1,242 Summary: The reason why most lawyers are introverts is that academic standards have been rising over the decades and the best students are generally introverts. The Cover Story for the January edition of the American Bar Association Journal is entitled: “Most lawyers are introverted and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.” Contrary to […]
A brief is supposed to be persuasive. That means that you have to get to the heart of it. And then you have to make a good, plausible argument. And then you stop.