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The Trial Lawyers: The Nation's Top Litigators Tell How They Win

Couric, Emily

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ISBN 10: 0312023057 / ISBN 13: 9780312023058
Published by St. Martin's Press, New York, 1988
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xviii, 380 p. Ilustrations. Index. For lawyers and lawmen alike, this book introduces ten well-known lawyers who reveal the scholarship, sleuthwork, and aggressiveness that their profession demands. "A vivid, insightful book". --Steven Brill, The American Lawyer. FOreword by T. Sumner Robinson. Very good in very good dust jacket. DJ has slight wear and soiling. Bookseller Inventory # 62239

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Title: The Trial Lawyers: The Nation's Top ...

Publisher: St. Martin's Press, New York

Publication Date: 1988

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: Reprint. Second printing.

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Ten successful lawyers recount the background behind ten notorious cases, with specific legal tips on pre-trial sleuthing, early motions, jury selection, relations with client and judge, and more

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“...a vivid, insightful book that everyone who cares about the legal process ought to read.” ―Steven Brill, The American Lawyer

“...the writing is clear enough for anyone with an interest in trials or the law to enjoy.” ―Chicago magazine

“If trial law is like show business, then these lawyers are its major stars.” ―Stephen Bochco, Co-Creator and Executive Producer of L.A. Law

“...tailored to the laity, briskly paced, and crammed with human interest.” ―The Plain Dealer

“Behind the scenes, front and center, here's what's done in these big cases you've been reading about.” ―Melvin M. Belli, Sr., Esq.

The Trial Lawyers not only captures the essence of each attorney's powerful personality and gives a behind-the-scenes account of each trial, but also offers the ten an opportunity to explain their winning methods.” ―Baltimore Sun

“...must reading for trial lawyers everywhere...For the layperson, the facts surrounding the particular lawyers and some of their cases make for exciting reading.” ―Griffin B. Bell, Former Attorney General of the United States

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