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Presenting steps young litigators can take to become actual trial lawyers.
A judge advises thinking outside the box to gain trial experience.
Most lawyers lose ground when cross-examining experts. Here’s how to avoid doing so.
A few simple steps provide practical guidance for traversing today’s amicus landscape efficiently and effectively.
A former judge reexamines the roles of settlement and mediation.
What civil litigators can learn from their trial-hardened colleagues in the criminal bar.
A moot court allows counsel to frame an argument, respond to questions, and convey a client’s position most effectively.
The pros and cons of bankruptcy court jurisdiction.
Getting to know the jury pool is more subtle and rewarding than a simple mock trial and a short talk with local counsel.