GPSOLO - Table of Contents

Volume 20, Number 7
October/November 2003

Features

What a Trial Consultant Can Teach You—Even If You Can't Afford to Hire One

By Richard K. Gabriel and Julie Fenyes
Employing consultant techniques can help you develop and present acompelling, clear, and cohesive theme and story when bringing a case before a jury, judge, or arbitrator.

Rites and Rituals: How Lawyers Really Prepare for a Trial

By Wendell Finner
Whether you don a funky tie, pack peanut butter crackers, garden, pray, or dance, developing your own routine will help you perform at your peak.

The View from the Bench

By Pamila J. Brown
What to do and what not to do in this judge's courtroom.

How to Handle a Legal Curveball

By Alan E. DeWoskin
Be assertive and positive in the face of a clever pitch from the other team.

Client as Co-counsel

By Jimmy L. Verner Jr.
The best strategy for dealing with a control client is to redirect the client's energy in a productive fashion.

Complex Litigation for Small Firms and Solo Lawyers

By Robin Page West
Thanks to new technology and new strategies, anyone with the patience to develop a litigation plan, budget, an timeline can take part.

What If the Deal Goes Bad? What Litigators (Don't) Want You to Know

By David Zachary Kaufman
Once an agreement blows up and a litigator is necessary, you, the client, and the litigator must form a close-knit team.

Preserving the Record

By J. Nelson Thomas
Holding onto documents may be necessary in case follow-up or parallel litigation arises, but make sure clients know that you're not their permanent safe deposit box.

Resolution Without Litigation: Are Courtrooms Battlegrounds for Losers?

By Susan Daicoff
A number of alternative approaches to law practice are emerging to replace the outmoded monolithic system.

When Your Case Must Be Litigated

By Arnie Herz

The Celluloid Lawyer

By Joseph D. O'Connor
Litigation Tips from Stewart, Peck, and Tracy.

Columns

From the Editor

By jennifer j. rose
A Breakfast of Champions

The Chair's Corner

By William T. Hogan III
What Is Relevance in a Professional Organization?

General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division News

Annual Awards Presented; Counsel Members, Diversity Fellows Announced

Letter to the Editor

Being Solo

By David Leffler
Marketing: Going Deeper

Product Review

Reviewed by Charles C. Abut
Cross Examining Experts in the Behavioral Sciences

In the Solution

By David Stevens Hobler
A Winning Verdict Every Day

GP Mentor

Voices of Experience: Juliet L. Gee

Resource Roundup

 

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