Basic trial advocacy describes and teaches the essential skills and techniques required for successful presentation of cases in court it is the official text for the well known harvard law school trial advocacy workshop. Basic trial advocacy has been published after the authors fifteen plus years of active teaching of trial advocacy largely at harvard law school but also at the u covers case planning opening statements direct and cross examination demonstratives and exhibits expert testimony closings trial lawyer ethics and more. He is the author of basic trial advocacy an advocacy training treatise a co author of green nesson and murray s problems cases materials on evidence and an author and co author of many legal articles he has worked extensively in comparative law with particular reference to civil procedure in germany and europe . Basic trial advocacy goes deep into the why of what good trial lawyers do systematic understanding of the trial advocacy process will enable a new lawyer to better apply the experience and observations that are available to develop the skills of trial practice. About trial procedure and tactics james a tanford c basic principles of advocacy 1 develop a theory of your case and stick to it make sure that everything you do furthers that theory and dont waste time on anything irrelevant to it use a trial notebook
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