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December 03, 2010

Trials: McElhaney on Not Digging Holes.

Argue to the judge—not with the judge.

In this month's ABA Journal, Jim McElhaney gives us "Keeping Out of a Hole: It’s a Lot Easier to Avoid Problems Than to Fix Them". Bonus: the article concludes with a short primer on Six Ways to Make a Losing Argument. McElhaney, a legendary teacher and writer on trial tactics, is a professor at Case Western's law school.

Posted by JD Hull at December 3, 2010 11:59 PM


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