The Trial Lawyers: The Nation's Top Litigators Tell How They Win

Paperback | October 22, 1990

byEmily Couric

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For lawyers and lawmen alike, this book introduces ten well-known lawyers who reveal the scholarship, sleuthwork, and aggressiveness that their profession demands.

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For lawyers and lawmen alike, this book introduces ten well-known lawyers who reveal the scholarship, sleuthwork, and aggressiveness that their profession demands. "A vivid, insightful book".--Steven Brill, The American Lawyer

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For lawyers and lawmen alike, this book introduces ten well-known lawyers who reveal the scholarship, sleuthwork, and aggressiveness that their profession demands.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 9.16 × 6 × 1 inPublished:October 22, 1990Publisher:St. Martin's Press

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ISBN - 10:0312051727

ISBN - 13:9780312051723

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For lawyers and lawmen alike, this book introduces ten well-known lawyers who reveal the scholarship, sleuthwork, and aggressiveness that their profession demands. "A vivid, insightful book".--Steven Brill, The American Lawyer

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"...a vivid, insightful book that everyone who cares about the legal process ought to read." -Steven Brill, The American Lawyer"...the writing is clear enough for anyone with an interest in trials or the law to enjoy." -Chicago magazine"If trial law is like show business, then these lawyers are its major stars." -Stephen Bochco, Co-Creator and Executive Producer of L.A. Law"...tailored to the laity, briskly paced, and crammed with human interest." -The Plain Dealer"Behind the scenes, front and center, here's what's done in these big cases you've been reading about." -Melvin M. Belli, Sr., Esq."The Trial Lawyers not only captures the essence of each attorney's powerful personality and gives a behind-the-scenes account of each trial, but also offers the ten an opportunity to explain their winning methods." -Baltimore Sun"...must reading for trial lawyers everywhere...For the layperson, the facts surrounding the particular lawyers and some of their cases make for exciting reading." -Griffin B. Bell, Former Attorney General of the United States