Thinking like a lawyer is no deep dark trade secret. Anyone of reasonable intelligence can do it. You don't need three years of law school, $60, 000 in student loans, or a three-day bar exam to make a persuasive argument. In Think Like a Lawyer: The Art of Argument, seasoned attorneys Gary Fidel and Linda Cantoni show you step-by-step how to do it and do it well. All it takes is the discipline to organize your thoughts before you express them, and to keep your arguments as simple and direct as possible. There's no guarantee that you'll win every time, but you'll certainly give your opponents a run for their money every time, and help yourself avoid unnecessary litigation. ThinkLikeALawyer.com publishes law-related books for non-lawyers, law students, and lawyers. To receive updated information about new publications and other important developments at ThinkLikeALawyer.Com, please visit our website, www.ThinkLikeALawyer.com. Available soon: Think Like A Lawyer: How to Do Legal Research (for non-lawyers) Think Like A Lawyer: The Lawyer's Guide to the Art of Argument (for lawyers and law students)The odometer reads 38, 000 miles and the salesperson, Harvey Slickster, assures her that the car has had only one previous ... Harvey states that to hisknowledge, based on the prior ownera#39;s representations, the car had nomajor mechanical ... After each repair, Rollbacka#39;s mechanics assure her that theya#39;ve fixedthe problem.
|Title||:||The Art of Argument|
|Author||:||Gary Fidel; Linda Cantoni|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2001-07-12|