(Part II of four parts) We return to the hypothetical case of Smith v. Jones. Defense counsel is about to present their argument to allow social media searches of the venire, as well as jury members both during and after ...Read More »
(Fourth of five parts) Today’s installment includes a discussion of improving writing and oral presentation skills. These are lifelong endeavors and so I encourage you to revisit these two tips throughout your career. Improve your writing skills Writing is the ...Read More »
(Last of three parts) As logic is a powerful instrument of persuasion, so, too, is emotion. Since ancient times, harbored feelings such as passion, anger, pity, sympathy, happiness, and even indifference have played a significant role in decision-making by both ...
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