That there are advocacy basics that increase an advocate’s chance of success cannot be gainsaid. And NITA – the National Institute for Trial Advocacy – deserves great credit for providing them in a concise, reader-friendly form in TRIAL ADVOCACY BASICS (NITA, 2016) by Molly Townes O’Brien and Gary S. Gildin. BASICS is an effective resource, whether the reader is embarking on a first trial, going to trial after a long hiatus from being in the courtroom, or is trying cases day in and day out but needs to take stock of whether regularity is the same as being effective (or whether there is some technique that could warrant rethinking).
December 05, 2016
Gildin and Townes, TRIAL ADVOCACY BASICS - 2ND EDITION (NITA, 2016)