Philip H. Corboy
Paperback: 160 pages; 2nd edition (2012)
Final argument is your time to empower your jurors to return the verdict you want. With Final Arguments, you will learn how to skillfully integrate the evidence you provided to the jury during direct and cross-examination, debunk the defense’s arguments, and hammer home your case theme.
In this book, author Philip H. Corboy presents successful closing arguments from actual trials. Corboy, one of the most accomplished trial lawyers of his time, eloquently handles the trickiest subjects, including effectively communicating a client’s pain and suffering and simplifying complicated jury instructions.
Take inspiration from the examples in this book to craft irrefutable, compelling final arguments that will help seal your victory.
About the Author
Philip H. Corboy is a nationally recognized trial lawyer who has practiced personal injury law for over fifty years. Active in several national and international organizations, Corboy is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Inner Circle of Advocates, the International Society of Barristers, the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, and the American College of Trial Lawyers. Corboy has been included in both the Best Lawyers in America and the National Law Journal’s list of the top influential lawyers in the United States.
Table of Contents
Foreword to the Original Edition
Foreword to the New Edition
Part One: Block v. General Signal Corporation
Part Two: Cortes v. Ryder Truck Rental, Inc.
Part Three: Procaccini v. Sears Roebuck & Company