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"Highly recommended for attorneys, law school and college library collections and public library collections in major cities." R. Neil Scott, Crown King Books
Brian K. Johnson is a courtroom communication consultant who teaches persuasion to trial lawyers and public speaking to transactional attorneys. His international consulting practice takes him to law firms and training programs throughout the U.S. and Canada, as well as overseas to the United Kingdom and Europe. His clients include the National Advocacy Center of the United States Department of Justice and the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.
Marsha Hunter teaches attorneys how to speak persuasively and spontaneously. Her specialty is human factors—the science of human performance in high-stakes environments. Her client base spans the United States, Canada, and Europe. She teaches communication skills for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, the Department of Justice, and upper echelon law firms.
While seasoned advocates may not learn too many new techniques from this book, they will learn great ways to teach younger lawyers how to effectively argue in the courtroom. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kurt Sorensen
For anyone, lawyer or not, who experiences "butterflies in the stomach" during public speaking events, the chapter in the book about adrenaline is valuable. Read morePublished 11 months ago by John C.
If you need to develop your skills on how to talk in public, you can greatly benefit from this book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Helen
Unlike general rhetoric books, this one focuses on presenting a case at a court. It is very useful and straightforward, I would recommend it to any lawyer or person making oral... Read morePublished on September 18, 2012 by Drexxy
this is worthwhile. I've been practicing law for 12 years now, but I still took lots of good information from it regarding trial advocacy.Published on September 3, 2012 by HeatherRae
I teach trial advocacy at the college level and this year I was fortunate to incorporate "The Articulate Advocate" into my curriculum for the first time. Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by Steven C. Kennedy, Esquire