News — Trial Tactics
10 Tips on Conducting a Winning Cross Examination
Saturday, May 22, 2021
What you learned in law school and most CLEs about cross examination won't help you much because much of what is taught is long outdated, ineffective, and potentially dangerous for your case. In this in-depth dive into cross examination we address historical teachings on cross examination, why they are no longer relevant, and how new methods will help you succeed in deposition, arbitration and trial. This article is intended to help everyone from law students to 40 year veteran trial lawyers.
Becoming a Trial Lawyer: Trying your First Case
Thursday, February 25, 2021
Trial lawyers have no established standards for determining when someone is ready to try a case. As you wrestle with the question of whether you are ready, remember that this awkward situation is not a result of any inadequacy on your part—the profession has let you down.