Lesson from Dale Carnegie for Trial Lawyers (Part III)

The classic book, How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie has stood the test of time…


What Trial Lawyers Can Learn From Dale Carnegie (Part II)

The biggest secret of dealing with people is revealed by Dale Carnegie in his classic book, How to…


What Trial Lawyers Can Learn From Dale Carnegie (Part I)

The classic book, How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie has stood the test of time…


Insights for Trial Lawyers from the book Pre-Suasion

Below is a summary of a few of the main points for trial lawyers from a great book on persuasion,…


Jury Selection: New Insights

Jason Bloom, a nationally known jury consultant who was the consultant for Roger Clemons' acquittal…


Lessons for Trial Lawyers from Nudge, a book on Persuasion

Nudge is a New York Times bestselling book written by Nobel Prize winner Richard H. Thaler and…


Do You Know Your Client's Name?

This may seem like a really obvious maxim, but I just saw it violated in the worst way. I was…


Deposition Strategy: Order of Witnesses

Before you take the first deposition in your next case, you need to spend time doing something that…


The Keys to a Successful Voir Dire

Harper Lee wrote in To Kill a Mockingbird, The only place where a man ought to get a square deal is…


The Overrated Importance of Closing Argument

One of the greatest mistakes a lawyer can make is to save his best argument for the closing…