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USING THE LESSONS OF ARISTOTLE TO PRESENT OUTSTANDING ORAL ARGUMENTS Lawrence Dr Rosenberg Jones Day Washington, DC INTRODUCTION Delivering oral argument can sometimes appear to be a daunting task. An advocate may experience pangs of self-doubt. He or she may wonder: What if the Judge doesn't like me? What if the Judge thinks my case is terrible? What if the Judge falls asleep during my argument? Such concerns are natural. Oral argurnent can be difficult and occasionally unpleasant, But, with an...

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