How Not to Practice Law: In the Office and in the Courtroom

How Not to Practice Law: In the Office and in the Courtroom

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by Gene Grossman
     
 

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This is the perfect book for any law student or new law firm or public government attorney, and should be required reading for any new admittee before making that first court appearance.

It separates what really goes on in the office and in court from what is seen on the popular law-oriented shows on television.

The 'do' and 'don't do' information in this book

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Overview

This is the perfect book for any law student or new law firm or public government attorney, and should be required reading for any new admittee before making that first court appearance.

It separates what really goes on in the office and in court from what is seen on the popular law-oriented shows on television.

The 'do' and 'don't do' information in this book isn't in any law school textbook: it can only be learned here, or the hard way, by painful personal experiences.

Author Gene Grossman compiled the material in this book from many interviews with experienced judges, trial lawyers, law firm partners and even some jurors.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781882629923
Publisher:
Magic Lamp Press
Publication date:
11/28/2009
Pages:
164
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.35(d)

Meet the Author

Gene Grossman practiced law for 20 years and was the dean of a law school, where he taught legal writing.

He left the practice of law to pursue a career in writing and has authored the popular 13-book Peter Sharp Legal Mystery series, all available on Amazon.com and detailed at www.LegalMystery.com

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