Civil Advocacy Skills Book
Great advocates are made not born. The skills required to be an effective advocate are ones than can be learned and once practiced mastered. The problem has always been who to learn from; many of those who master the craft keep their secrets close to their chest in order to preserve competitive advantage. In this book Ronald E Conway, who is clearly a master advocate, has very generously shared the lessons and experience of a long and successful career at the coal face of civil advocacy. What he has to say is invaluable both for the experienced litigator and the newly qualified lawyer. Bridget McCann also brings an extremely practical dimension to the book by dealing with the essential but often overlooked fundamental elements of good presentation technique. The combination is unique and extremely effective. The book also provides links to accompanying videos dealing with many of the techniques discussed. Overall, the book is excellent. Essential reading for any serious student of the subject no matter what their level of experience.
|Author(s)||Conway, R and McCann, B|