Category Archives: Advocacy

GREAT TRIAL LAWYERS PUT THEIR CLIENTS INTEREST’S FIRST, ACT WITH ETHICAL COURAGE AND ACCEPT THE FACT THEY WILL MAKE ENEMIES

It may be unpopular and politically incorrect in this age of professional civility, but I believe, if we fulfill our role as advocates, we are very likely going to make enemies. The late Bishop Fulton J. Sheen once wrote about … Continue reading

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APPEALS TO COMMON SENSE MAKE NO SENSE BECAUSE COMMON SENSE ISN’T COMMON

Today I’d like you to consider the over used phrase “common sense” which we use all the time in our daily communications and in trials.  You’ve heard the insistence that the answer is simple because it is just “common sense”  The … Continue reading

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NEGOTIATION AS TAUGHT BY DONALD TRUMP

In his own uniquely modest way, President-elect Trump has said: “Our country needs a truly great leader, and we need a truly great leader now. We need a leader that wrote The Art of the Deal” which, of course was … Continue reading

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