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November 18, 2010

Jim McElhaney: Jurors--and Lawyer Fatigue.

Most jurors are smarter than you think. Granted, they do weird things. But they get subtleties. They take their jobs seriously. And they don't want to be spoken to as peasants. See Jim McElhaney's piece "Lawyer Fatigue" at his McElhaney on Litigation column in this month's ABA Journal.


New lateral: Okay, he needs a little work.

Posted by JD Hull at November 18, 2010 12:43 PM


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