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Now in its fourth edition, NITA s best-selling text, Modern Trial Advocacy: Analysis and Practice, has set the standard for trial advocacy texts since 1993. All of NITA's renowned full trial programs use the text, as do prominent law schools nationwide. Steven Lubet guides the beginning advocate from developing a winning case theory through all phases of trial. He explains how to present a case as a story, and how to tell the story to the jury powerfully and persuasively.
Modern Trial Advocacy presents a realistic and contemporary approach to learning and developing trial advocacy skills. This book offers a sophisticated theory-driven approach to advocacy training that distinguishes it from other books in the field.
The fourth edition has been updated to include: an expanded section on the uses of theory, theme, and story frame; expanded discussion of witness preparation; new sections on developing story arcs in opening statements and final arguments; a new section on the persuasive value of inferences and cognitive theory; and expanded discussion of witness credibility variables, explaining how to bolster or undermine testimony.
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Steven Lubet is the Williams Memorial Professor of Law at Northwestern University, where he also directs the law school's award winning Bartlit Center on Trial Strategy. He is the bestselling author of several NITA books and case files, as well as such popular books as Murder in Tombstone: The Forgotten Trial of Wyatt Earp and Lawyers Poker: Fifty-two Lessons that Lawyers Can Learn from Card Players. Professor Lubet is a nationally recognized expert in trial advocacy and legal ethics, having written a dozen books and over one hundred articles on all aspects of law practice.Review:
"Quite simply, it’s the best book on trial advocacy ever written." -- Zachary Weiss, Senior Investigative Counsel, New York County District Attorney’s Office
"Steve Lubet’s book is an outstanding addition to the literature of advocacy and persuasion." -- Dominic J. Gianna, Middleberg, Riddle & Gianna, New Orleans, Louisiana
"This is a must for any trial lawyer’s library." --Barbara Bergman, Professor of Law, University of New Mexico, School of Law
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