"A succinct, masterful approach to trying cases." --- Gregory P. Joseph, Partner, Gregory P. Joseph Law Offices LLC, New York, and Former Chair of the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association (ABA).
"Judge Ralph Adam Fine s The How-To-Win Trial Manual is filled with fresh ideas. By giving lawyers a new point of view, Judge Fine s book will make them better advocates." --- Professor James W. McElhaney, Joseph C. Hostetler Professor of Trial Practice and Advocacy at Case Western Reserve Law School, Columnist for Litigation, the journal of the ABA Section of Litigation, and the ABA Journal.
I have read many trial books in my 25 years of trial practice. Judge Fine s Manual contains the most practical and reliable approach to a winning trial strategy I have seen. --- Timothy H. Herman, Senior Partner, Herman, Howrey & Breen, Austin TX, Past Chairman, Public Law Section, State Bar of Texas; Former Vice Chairman, American Bar Association, Litigation Section of Natural Resources and Environmental Law
About the Author
Ralph Adam Fine has been a judge on the Wisconsin Court of Appeals since 1988. He served as a trial judge from 1979 to 1988, and presided more than 350 jury trials. He was the presiding judge in the PBS Frontline production Inside the Jury Room, which was the first time jury deliberations in a criminal trial were filmed and broadcast. Judge Fine has taught trial-advocacy, evidence, and appellate-advocacy at over one-hundred continuing-legal-education programs around the country, at in-house trial-advocacy programs to law-firm litigation departments, and as Professorial Lecturer in Law at the George Washington University National Law Center in Washington, D.C. In January of 1995, the University of Virginia School of Law honored Judge Fine with the Honorable William J. Brennan, Jr., Award for his contributions to the teaching of trial advocacy.